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really has to hold on for dear life.
The scenery outside is magnificent as we head up the pass but I am more
intrigued by all the flywheels and mechanical motion etc inside this locomotive.
On the sidewall of the cab are a full set of spanners together with oil cans
etc. Unlike todays modern electric trains this old loco requires a lot of care
and maintenance. There are wonderfully polished brass oil cups and oil
lubricators situated ...
... email from my parents that I was cycling "lower" Switzerland, which they weren’t sure how to interpret as Grindelwald is neither in geographically lower Switzerland nor at a low altitude. When I showed them my upcoming planned route over to Gletsch and Andermatt they informed me there was nothing low altitude about it! Fortunately they also enlightened me that I had completely misread the map contours for the cycle on ...
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The Eiger, the Monch and the Jungfrau (ogre, monk and virgin) sit next to each other, three giants of ...
... get a clear view of this gorgeous valley. Right now I'm a few km away from Eiger and Jungfrau, but you'd never know it. It seems that my attempts to just SEE mountains, let alone hike them, are destined to be obscured by fog. As I retire to my bed to read, or perhaps join the Americans for ping pong, I can't help but resign myself to thinking that at least the forest is getting some healthy nourishment after the past few warm, dry years. Grow trees, ...
... is at an elevation of about 2,600 feet while the cliffs above the valley reach almost 10,000 feet. This sheer vertical drop of the cliff faces (over 7,000 feet) is what makes for such a dramatic view...or as Kyle puts it, "its like Yosemite, on crack!"
When we returned to the hotel, we rested for a bit and decided not to head up high today since the clouds never cleared at the higher elevations (not worth the money if you don’t get the view ...