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Yesterday we went up to the Jungfrua. Saw my first snow, threw snow at Tye & Kym and pushed Tye in the snow. The region itself is very beautiful. As pictures are worth a thousand words, I'll let you see it for yourself. However, my camera just doesn't do it justice.
... spent walking around in the falling snow. I had never experienced this type of thing before so I was over the moon, dancing in the streets, singing in the *snow.* Apart from the snow flying into my eye a couple times, it was a lovely passeggiata ("walk" in Italian :))
I was sad to leave my Winter Wonderland.
The bus ride back was filled with breathtaking scenery for a couple hours so I was able to pretend I wasn't leaving for a little longer ^_^
... furnished and very interesting with early 1900 furniture. Walked around the grounds where we found a very interesting ice store. Then down can the rain, so had a nice cup of coffee over looking the lake. As true to my brother we had a interesting drive back home up through the mountains. I truly do like Switzerland same that it is so ...
... exceptionally wet and cool this summer has been. We are finishing with a blitz of the two places we wanted to see most in Italy, Cinque Terre and Rome. Our next trip to Italy trip will have a bigger budget to see the places we are missing and eat more of the food. We are cutting out 12 days, which is probably about the average Italian vacation. We are already planning our trip back, but it won't be in July. We can already tell that Italy is very hot and very crowded. Look out for Cinque Terre and Rome posts ...
... takes us to the top of the mountain as we know it. Though it is still below the tree line. At the top, a station called Birg we have to get out of one cabe car and transfer to another, which will take us higher, to the top of the mountain as we have not known it before. The second cable car pretty much takes you from one peak to another one over a plummeting crevice. Inside the car I look at the barely visible little cable stretching out over nowhere to a grey snowy ...
We booked a quadruple room with a shared bathroom. Plenty of space for all, but the beds were all single beds. The owner/in-keeper, looks serious, but he makes an effort to talk to everyone. Overall, it's been a comfortable stay. It's not cheap though.
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