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... climbing right to the base of the falls. This looked mad so I had to go up. It was bloody steep and I almost died of cardiac arrest but I made it.. Wasn't too bad but I was sweating like a ****** on a rape charge. Cruised back after that and dropped the bike off after about 3 and a half hours. Did some shopping at the local supermarket and got some beers and dinner. Sweet ...
... Ness had wanted to buy a bottle of Evian and take a picture in front of the main mountains (like on the bottle's label), but the backdrop was completely covered by clouds. We could see the Chateau de Chillon though, a castle on the water's edge, and a statue of Freddie Mercury by the lake. The water looked crystal clear and was filled with rather strange looking ducks that had pinky reddish beaks and fluffy heads. We decided to eat today's picnic lunch in the comfort and warmth ...
... br> 9/13
SIGHTSEEING OTHER SIDE OF THE VALLEY
Perfect sunny day; can see all the mountaintops. Wouldn't you know Lois' cold has drained her energy; no long walks today.
WENGEN: very touristy (train from Lauterbrunnen to Wengen)
... enough coins to pay for it - yes, the Swiss make you pay for your showers even though it's one of the water-rich countries in the world - so was forced to finish washing my hair in the sink. For dinner that night, the Topdeck on-site chefs served us chicken in white wine and mushroom sauce with vegetables and apple strudel for dessert.
Before having any fun that night, I knew that I had to get some washing done. I was running out ...
... we could move to other seats. We had to change trains twice and then take a bus to our destination,Grächen. We missed the connecting train at St Niklaus as our train was delayed due to another train who took his time through the 34.6km long Lötschberg Basistunnel. We thought it would never end. We finally got to Grächen around 17.30 and then had to walk down a steep hill to get to the hotel La Collina in order for us to pick up our key. This was ...