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... We had to push the button for it to stop but the funning thing was the door was in this rock wall with the train track behind it. When the train pulled up the steel door opened and there was train. It was so cute. There was 3 cable cars to get to Alpen Tower that looked over the township of Meiringen and onto the surrounding mountains. The trip up was spectacular in its self but when we walked along the ridge line at the top of the cable car we were speechless ...
... develop yourself. You explore things you didnt see before. So on that case, holiday is something else as travel. This blog is about special locations where you can still feel that wonderfull traveller mood. Pick up your suitcase and go,and dont forget: The only thing we should take from a travel, are our memories. We should leave nothing behind except our footsteps. Enjoy my ...
... The major religions in Switzerland were Protestants and Roman Catholic
-Is a mountain in Pennine Alps
-It's located between the Switzerland and Italy border
-It's about 4,478 m (14,692 ft) high.
-One of the last great Alpine peaks to be climbed
... Paula, Bec, and Jess. The six of us decided to go hiking along the top of the mountain surrounding the quaint village of lauterbrunnen. On our way to catch the cable car to the top for 8 CHF, we stopped by a tourist info station for a map of the mountain and it's waterfalls. In there I noticed they had paragliding available, so I signed up! I also convinced Matt to join too! My appointment was at 4 pm and Matt at 430 so we all had plenty of time for a nice hike. ...
... with countless opportunities for photos on the way:
Asking a German chap with a super expensive looking camera to take a
photo of me at a viewpoint near the summit, he was less than impressed
with my zoom. I had to explain I wanted the surroundings in the
photo, not just my ugly mug.
The genuine summit was around a gradually rising slow ...