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... ourselves away with our backpacks holding some meaty tidbits for lunch and headed up the cable car to Murren. From Murren we caught the next car up to the Schilthorn.
The Schilthorn was completed in 1967...a rather miraculous feat at that time...the longest ariel cable car in the world.
Under the leadership of Ernst Feuz from Mürren, a determined group of pioneers finally overcame the considerable financial ...
... is a climb of nearly 500m in altitude and took about three hours return. The views of the valley and surrounding mountains was just awesome.
By the time Layla got back from skydiving the weather had packed in. So we went for a wonder through the small town ship. There was not much here but a few little shops and some restaurants. Our favourite place was the Air time cafe. It did the best pies ever and was the only place that had ...
... pushed out
of a passage-control where it then ran down the mountain. Bill and Jock Burridge
from New Zealand in their 1925 Buick had just about the worst problem of the day
when a front hub broke on the last closed-road test-section… the hub was
stripped down and a local workshop found to weld it up, and the car was soon
running again. Snow was falling and visibility was down to 15 metres. Glen Duthie in ...
... with those tequila shots. Everyone got very loose and the pictures that people were taking showed the evidence the next day.After a very hungover start at breakfast we set foot for the nearby rail station for our trip to the top of the Alps. At breakfast we were advised that skydiving was off for those that were down to do it due to the the bad weather and visibility that had come over us. It was a bit of a bummer as it would ...
As none of us spoke even a smidgen of French, we were left quite confused and wondered what we could do. Our station wasn't even in the Eurrail timetable book, which made it much harder to calculate how we could get to Interlaken. We asked at the ticket booking booth and calculated that we could get a connecting train first to Dijon, then Lyon, as well as Geneva, Bern and finally Interlaken.
Unfortunately we had to wait another 90 ...
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