Kur & Ferienhaus Volksheilbad
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Our short time in Milan gave us a taste of yet another Italian city. Many of Milan’s
buildings were reminiscent of Paris we thought but the Duomo, the Gothic cathedral is one of the world’s largest churches, and was a standout of beauty. It took about 600 years to complete and there are more statues on the building than any other in the world – 3 159 in total,
96 gargoyles and 135 spires. We were also ...
... heavily in Interlaken for the 10 min walk
back to the hotel.
Next day we spent most of
time on the train to Zermatt via Spiez and Brig. This was the old route since
these days there is a modern tunnel cuts the time down by 60 mins but of course
no good for sightseeing. It must be a shortish trip since we saw many cars on
railway low loaders with people in them, presumably waiting to go through the
... more than 20m. We indulged in a beef soup for lunch, it was that or curry. I think the owner of the restaurants were Indian as it was 'self service' curry, or the Bollywood restaurant. Just an observation there. We spent the best part of the day up on the highest point in Europe, and headed the slow and steep journey home, with our paid for tickets! It was just a quick stop here, and tomorrow we are heading to Munich. Staying in a 40 bed dorm...oh errrrr, saved 10€ though! ...
... walk to the restaurant left us covered in snow nonetheless. I saw some pretty tuckered-out skiiers slumped in the restaurant; don't get me wrong, fresh powder is amazing, but with this much I know how much it works your legs and wears you out!
After lunch, it was time for more rest. Well, supposed to be rest filled with finishing my book, writing blogs etc, instead it turned into a massive nap for me - I have no idea ...
... to go, but I wasn't sure if the trains we were going to be taking required reservations. When we got to Milan, the station was so busy, we waited in the ticket line for an hour, not knowing if it was even necessary, but also not having a choice. While we were in line, we met two Canadian guys who were also backpacking for three months and we ended up talking to them the whole time. When we finally got ...