Le Grand Bellevue
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... all excellent.
Next we drove to the city of Thun to have a quick look at the outside of another castle - Schloss Thun. This was another impressive mountain top castle but we decided one castle was enough per day and to try and make it over to Broc to visit the Callier chocolate factory instead.
The drive to Broc was via an extremely winding and narrow road over a mountain pass. The views were outstanding but I don't think Bev was overly keen on the ...
... stirs up foaming Waves from the deep. Spirit of Man How like water you are! Man’s fate, oh, How like the wind! The short hike, added by walking sticks borrowed at the base of the steep trail only takes 10 minutes. You find yourself behind the stream of water. Looking out across the valley through a curtain of water. After the steep slippery decent, it's raining again, we continue onto dinner. Grant takes on his first cultural eating experience of cheese ...
... over to Switzerland for a weekend midst the Alps.
Being the typical college students we all are, we began our search trying to figure out the cheapest way to get over to Switzerland. Trains ended up being over 200 Euro for a round-trip (almost $270 for us Americans), but on Wednesday I overheard another group who decided to rent cars for the weekend and drive cross-country to Switzerland. I decided that wasn't a bad idea and so after dinner I hit the computer trying to find ...
... housed by himself, and didn't seem too interested in anything, so we moved on to two juveniles housed together. Although early, with the sun still to completely warm the day, one of the bears found relief in a tiny concrete bath. Although very sad to see these wonderful, majestic animals in these relatively small confines, it made things slightly better knowing these animals had been saved from bear baiting, dog fighting and the like from certain Eastern European countries. ...
... black 1939 Cadillac La Salle, car 33, cooked the brakes
on a mountain descent, and they were not alone… Rhys Timms and James Stone in
the big 1936 MG SA also had issues with no brakes, overheating causes failure of
the oil-seals. Andy Actman driving one of the sweep-vehicles reckons it was just
“routine problems” and welding up a hub and coming across cars with no brakes
was just a typical ...