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Today we left the buzz of the city and throngs of tourists behind and headed for the hills. Five hours later we settled in a lovely little town high in the alpine with a breathtaking view of the surrounding mountains and valley below. And yes, the water was ...
... of Mum and her, and even a picture of a young Uncle Andrew visiting them. A lovely day that both Emma and I wish didn't have to end quite so quickly, but it was Tuesday and we needed to be in Belgium by Friday evening for the next big adventure.... So we said our very begrudged goodbyes and were in the car and off toward the north! Up over the closest mountain pass we headed, enjoying one last chance to really experience the Swiss alps! We ...
... hiking the surrounding hills and valleys by day and drinking cheap wine by night. Our walks did seem somewhat mundane versus the base jumping that was popular in the area, but one trip down to the starting point scared the poop out of me. Next time. Although whilst tame, the hiking allowed us to gain views of some amazing and truly unforgettable landscapes, and also get pretty sweaty as per photos of said hikes. Everything about ...
... of fences or barriers I reached Andermatt at 7 pm.
I decided to push on and find a place to stay along the road running east. A sign with “Zimmer Frei 30 Francs” (about US$22). Greets me when I roll into a town called Muster. I park the bike and remove some gear and walk inside. The man behind the counter asked “Are you alone”. “Yes” I answered. Then he says: I only have a room for 4 people so ...
... in beautiful dresses with stiff black head-dresses. Also obviously well off citizens. Speeches by the heir, Prince Alois, and the Prime Minister. Then more music, including what we assumed to be the national anthem, played to the tune of God Save The Queen! Speeches over, it was free beer, water or soft drink, pretzels and ham or cheese bread rolls. Made our way up to the Rose Garden of the castle, ...