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 ...
... bite at one of our favorite (ok we have only been here 2 days) restaurants - the one with the waitress from Poland. It was chilly on the water so they had blankets for the chairs closest to the water. Luckily we were able to sit in the seats closest to the river. As we were sitting and watching the Saturday shoppers we noticed some new activity across the river near the city center. As luck would have it they were hosting a sculling competition ...
... to discover something more.
Along the promenade we stumble upon the international bocce championships, faces of all, Italian,Spanish, Swedish, German etc looked very serious indeed. Their skills are amazing 6/7 meters away there smashing opponents balls away with complete accuracy.
The crowd goes silent (if that were any more possible) the referee is called over, a stand off. The two opponents faces about to ...
... 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 ...
After breakfast the sky cleared and we headed to the Grindelwald train station. We travelled across the mountains to the town of Lauterbrunnen then up the aerial cable car to Grütschalp. Spectacular views across the Alps on a narrow-gauge railway to the tiny mountain village of Mürren. In the heart of Murren we took the Allmendhubel Funicular up to Allmenhubel and stopped for a traditional Swiss lunch at the Panorama Restaurant ...
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