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... Its a great
shame as i really was looking forward to that road cut into the cliff but it
will just have to be another day.
I will make my way to Lake Genèva and take a look at a miniature railway that I
have always wanted to see there and simply head north and see where I get to.
last two weeks or so certainly have been a magical adventure and i just hope
there will be many more to come.
night from the ghost town
... I think). Some of you may not be aware, but yours truly is quite a sweet-tooth and I particularly enjoy chocolate (the darker the better in case you were wondering with Easter coming up...). I like to think I can eat a fair amount of chocolate in a sitting, but generally stop at a couple of pieces because of my iron will and firm constitution. So, Rhi and I set to the challenge of tasting one of each - I'd guess there were about 15-20 different samples in total - and ...
... houes for our train playing football on a little ledge on a staircase. When we finally got on the train I fought with my exhaustion to ssstay awake to see the country side but I lost, naturally. When I woke up we were passing a lake with mountains on both sides. The senery remained all throughthe rest of the trip. It was beautiful. The lakes were glassy with light fog on them. The mountains rose up to meeet the sky and it was beyond imagination. ...
... the park, the kids enjoy the attention to detail the Swiss have placed on this park, from tunnels to bridges, to mini cathedrals, it's a breathtaking view as the real Swiss Alps fall in the background. The next train that picks us up is a mini steam engine train, real coal is placed into this train before it leaves the platform. We enjoy the rest of the day walking around this mini village enoying the train rides and ...
Although this wasn't much of a big travel weekend, I still managed to fill my time. Friday night was a party night, as one of my fellow interns had his birthday. Saturday, I woke up very early and headed to Château-d’Oex to attend the International Hot Air Balloon Festival... why not, right? On the way there, we managed to fall asleep and miss our connection. We would have narrowly escaped the train had the door not been broken. By the time we made it to a ...