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... some new flowers we hadn't seen before. Lots of cows with their clanking bells in fields along the way too. Jill even got a friendly lick from one (eurggggh).
Down in Gimmelwald we found though it was cute too, that there wasn't really that much to do here apart from look at another gnome fettishist garden and of course the views.
Made the executive decision to cable car it down to the valley floor and motor over to Lauterbrunnen for afternoon tea. ...
... How lucky I was.
PS: At dinner I'm promoted!
Despite the hotel being full, it is weekend, I leap frog the second row of tables and am given a table by the window. Wow, after just three nights too.
This clearly causes consternation amongst those in the second row.The fact the owner recognised me from past visits and came and chatted with me in the bar probably helped get me this promotion. It's not what you know, ...
... we arrived in Grindelwald tonight. Another winding road took us up the mountain. Turns may be slightly under 360 degrees in a small bus with occasional on coming traffic on a road barely wide enough for one vehicle and a cliff to your right or left. We arrived at a farm surrounded in rolling green pastures. There we met a couple who have brought their herd of cows up from the valley for ten weeks each summer to make their delicious cheese. ...
... color: rgba(26, 26, 26, 0.296875); -webkit-composition-fill-color: rgba(175, 192, 227, 0.230469); -webkit-composition-frame-color: rgba(77, 128, 180, 0.230469); -webkit-text-size-adjust: auto; ">Suddenly there was an almighty explosion! I instinctively screamed as I did not know what the hell it was - Mark ducked! Up the mountain and over to our right, smoke billowed. Then there was a loud crashing sound as a big rock hit the avalanche barriers over to ...
... good salami sandwiches taste at this altitude!