Hotel du Lac
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... all gets backed-up and comes to a stand those fast cars simply have to sit there stationary while me on my bike plod on passed between the slow moving cars. At one point I must have passed well over 2000 stationery cars.
Finally I approach the Swiss border and police are cars and doing a random search. I was just glad when they waved me through as I really did not want to unload all my boxes here at the side of the road.
After a ...
... kilometer or so and we got to one of the steep bits, this one was pretty serious! They'd concreted the two wheel tracks to make it a bit better, but I can't believe that they took an excavator the whole way up there! About 100m of this and it was time for the constant criss cross of the path back down through the tight valley. Em's knee had been feeling a little sore since Schilthornhutte, but it was at this point that Emma and I really started to feel it. I had slightly better ...
... a dish called rosti, which is basically like shredded hashbrowns which they put stuff on...like vegis, cheese, sausage, etc. Yesterday Paige had tried the rosti with pears, brie and ham and she was craving it again, while Ken and I tried the one with sausage. Both were very tasty, and since we had all done quite a bit of hiking we didn't worry about the healthiness (or lack thereof).
With our carb intake for the year, it ...
... fresh snow. The photos and films doesn’t give it justice. We passed through a lot of tunnels and the last tunnel which was the biggest was hand dug by Italians starting in 1896 and was opened in 1912.
We reached the main station which was 3454m above sea level. I had a bit of altitude sickness and felt bit sluggish and struggled up the staircase like a 100 year old lady. We followed through the building to several different exhibitions known as ...
... a sawwweeet Swiss watch (a Tissot), and a Swiss Army Knife. I also bought some Toblerone, because here it costs virtually nothing. This evening after an amazing Swiss meal, prepared by the amazing TopDeck chefs, we brought the soccer ball outside and played a game of keep up, with a huge group. This has been the first time that I've gotten to know some of these people - They are awesome.