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... dark tunnel that burrows through Eiger for some way – the tunnel took 3000 men 16 years to drill. There are 10 minute viewing stops, of the glaciers and snow capped mountains – I am a bit stunned by how magic it truly is, almost there, we arrive at the sci-fi Sphinx meteorological station – Europe’s highest train station.
Outside there are views of the 23km tongue of the Aletsch Glacier, the ...
... Switzerland, I'd be long gone by now! I walked around Lake Zurich and enjoyed the stillness of it all: the swans and ducks, people out jogging and walking their dogs, boats lining the shore, leaves starting to change to their autumn colours. Yesterday afternoon I boarded the train to Interlaken. I might hole up here until Oktoberfest and in the meantime hike and try out some of the adventure this little mountain town has to offer. But for now, I say goodbye from my hammock in the ...
... 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 ...
... that in Colorado, the cities sit at an already high elevation. In Lauterbrunnen, for example, the starting elevation is close to 4,000 feet lower, giving that extra height to the mountains, which made them feel that much larger.
Again, what were seeing did not immediately soak in. We found THE perfect spot for lunch with a large stone patio overlooking the magnificent sights. I once again ordered ...
... beginning to feel the heat under all my layers.
I'm now heading South West along the A4 motorway towards Strasbourg and then Southwards to Basel just over the border in Switzerland. By the time I get near Basel my fuel tank is reading empty. I decide it’s time for another brew and to fill up my tank. However mile after mile goes by and there just does not appear to be any service stations along this stretch of road. With my gauge reading "reserve" I decided I ...
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