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... walked through customs.
... to the Coop grocery store near our apartment for food basics. My attempt to buy bananas was quite humorous (at least certainly to the cashier, maybe less to those in line behind me) because they do not have scales at the register. Instead, you have to weigh the item yourself on a digital scale, press the item number (bananas=#1) and print out a price sticker to place on the item. That's all well and good, but when you have no idea how the system works things go ...
... as Belgian beer. And yes, I promise I am not an alcoholic. It was more of a snack country in terms of Belgian food and then had French food for everything else. As for my hostel, I didn't like where it was located because I felt like it was in the ghetto and I didn't like my sleeping arrangements even though I had some cool roommates. I met many Americans though and really recommend going there because most people often forget about it. Switzerland ...
With a copy from an old atlas of this region of Switzerland and MamaD as co-pilot we limped our way towards the Schaefer household and were VERY surprised to arrive with just a small delay. Thankfully the roads and villages are well-marked with signs and at several intersections I got out to read out all four directions. However, I wasn't kidding about the size of the roads. It was quite ...
... by the time we reached the peak. And man, the view was already so breathtaking. I can't imagine what Interlaken would be like.
We ended the night with the best drinking view in town - we went back to the old town and climbed a small hill the overlooks one side of the river. We perched on the edge, and had drinks and chatted with the locals there. Overall, it was an amazing start to Switzerland.