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... if you don't tell me, make bad smell. On a steep road descending; In summer, bicycle, no icicle. In winter, icicle, no bicycle. Reminding us to not be late when meeting the bus at stops; Departure from Interlaken is 11am. Miss bus, you no see me anymore... serious. From Interlaken, we went to Lauterbrunnen and caught a cog wheel train up to the Wengen stop, where the tour we booked separated from the rest of the large group who were going to the "Top of Europe" on ...
... women you want to rescue her quickly or she won't be your women anymore' everyone laughs. Apparently he was waiting for me to put my feet up correctly. Please don't let me fall out on a rapid! Some rapids are too big due to the water being high from a week of rain so we get out & load the rafts back on the trailer & drive to where they get safer again. All up it was about 2 1/2 hours of rafting. From the mountain down into lake Brienz in Interlaken. The river is ...
... from the amazing day that was planned ahead. After a short 30-minute cable car ride up the mountain admiring the beautiful scenery and Alps, you were 4500m above sea level on the famous Mt Titlis. Before going up the mountain we were told that the time of year it was didn't promise a very sunny day, but despite this, at the top of the mountain there was no clouds, only blue skies and snowy peaks as far as your eyes could see. ...
... the storm, we were still able to capture
moments by camera, see the sights and of course enjoy a few milligrams of
chocolate with an accompanying latte.
When we arrived in Lauterbrunnen to our chalet, Josh and I
were speechless. Our hotel was within the Alps with a beautiful waterfall
outside our window! It was definitely a beautiful change to city hotels with
views of streets and roofs. After settling in, Josh and I decided ...
... in 1967 and is the longest cable car in Europe. It is famous because it was used in 007s On Her Majesty's Service. In fact, they trade off it. The Bond theme plays as you enter the cable car and the restaurant has 007 on the windows. We were not optimistic about seeing mountains so I took some photos of what it would be like if we could see! The snow was amazing and the occasional peak of rock showing through gave us a glimpse of what we might expect.