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... and why didn’t I notice my purchase was non-alcoholic…!?!
After finally connecting on the 7th call, dropping it twice due to bad connection and an episode of “Perfect Panties” mayhem, we agreed to meet up to go and hike near the Alestch Glacier – a Unesco World Heritage Site.
We aroused ourselves VERY EARLY... 8:01 found us on the train with our gear. Being in Switzerland so far has had us ...
Nearly 2 weeks have passed, since arriving in Switzerland. I have visited many friends, always travelling on my bike. The weather was not at all kind , maximum temperature were hardly over
15 c, the rain dropped constantly every day!
Despide all this, I already pedalled more than 500 km, and my moral is as positiv as ever.
At the present time I am at my sisters and her families place in Brig. The planned trip, to ...
... nuts, cheese, and crackers. We then went back to the hotel and got some sleep. We woke up at 4:30 AM (thankfully, I'm kind of used to that) to get to the airport on time. We flew to Frankfurt and got there at about 8:40 AM and then left there to Seattle at about 9:50 AM. We flew for about 10 hours and got home at about 11:00 AM (our time). We had some fun until bedtime at 8:00PM. This resulted in approximately 20 hours awake. It was a great last day in Europe! ~Camden ...
... my vista.
When I had finally exhausted my photographic subjects and had almost used up the whole SD card with mountain shots, I reluctantly got on the cable car and headed back down to Murren.
I contemplated walking down to Gimmelwald but caught sight of the track and decided against it. I got the (cattle) cablecar instead. Gimmelwald is a much smaller village and consists mostly of actual working farms. There is a great looking Youth ...
... train station to Migennes to Dijon to Lyon to Bellegarde to Geneva to Brig. The train to Milan will have to wait till tomorrow. This means an over night stay in some town I've never heard of in Switzerland, with no hostels according to Google. We've been on the train to Migennes for half an hour now, I have no clue as to what we're going to do tonight but hey, We'll burn that bridge when we get to it. 1:00pm The Germans we shared the room with in San Sebastian had this to say: ...