Hotel Weisses Kreuz Meiringen
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... my French couldn’t get past the “tulipier de virginie” but it was still spectacular.
We set off for the Swiss border at Basel, and an hour later were paying for our vignettes, a pass to allow us to travel on the motorways. We had to have one for the caravan too, so £54 later we were on our way. We have never towed in Switzerland before, but as with most things, the Swiss are ...
... on the banks of beautiful lake Lucerne where the river opens into the lake. Our first stop was the famous old Chapel Bridge at Lucerne with its large tower. The water running through the town was clear and turquoise blue, like many of the rivers in Switzerland. We continued to walk around town as Jermaine wanted to look for a knife to take to Lauterbrunnen with him the following day. We walked into this vintage shop and found a few good trinkets, however could not justify ...
... that have no through traffic. It was lined with restaurants and cafes all around the edges and tiny alleyways leading off it. We were approached by a group of school students who were looking for tourists they could send a postcard to. If possible they would like us to send one to them in return. Thursday, another early start but to cover as much as we do in a day it is the only way. We stopped on our way out of Brussels to view the Attonium. This is an enormous model of the ...
... reservation said. I did confirm a cheaper price with no dinner. We get two pizzas to go since the beer at the hostel was 1/2 the price at the restaurant. Two 8-10 inch pizzas for the bargain price of 33.50 SF. When we return, there are three young men sitting outside, drinking beer at a table. Carol says hello and before long we are talking to them for 15 minutes or so. One of them, went to college last year in Colorado Springs. I get a couple of beers and we ...
... were going to walk to the next alpine area but the legs stared to tell us a different story, So followed the signpost to Bort where we had soup and bread on the terrace of a alpine restaurant.
Whilst looking across the valley at the great mountains, heard a roar and witnessed a small avalanche of snow come down over high cliffs. Managed to catch the end of it on a snapshot
Came down the rest of the way by cable car and then ...
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