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... they're all on some national holiday period, or something. Dunno.
-Each city I've been to so far has had some sort of mass transit system. Some, you absolutely have to pay for (the london underground's turnstiles are vehemently guarded), some not (you can walk down to munich's u-bahn trains without going through any turnstiles, no one checks tickets at all)
-In europe they use the 24 hour clock (aka military ...
... I can't believe I was able to capture the fighter jets flying in formation as they roared overhead. We took the high path which was a little more taxing and took a bit longer. You can see the low road where we saw four cyclists encounter a cow. They passed one at a time but the last got stuck as another cow came to investigate. We reached the end just as the rain came and had a spectacular bus ...
... breath and snap photos of the nearby cows. Aaron checked our time and noted we were 30 minutes faster than the expected time, and we were feeling strong. We continued to climb and pass/be pased by/and re-pass some of the folks that had we had come to know from staying at the same places the last couple nights. Ultimately, Aaron and I reached the pass first and found that our hopes of seeing some sun were quickly ...
LAUTERBRUNNEN Today we ate breakfast and then headed off to the train station for our trip to the Jungfrau mountain! I got to look after the group ticket voucher because ash deemed me to be 'the responsible one' cos I don't drink. Haha. It was a 2 hour train trip from where we were staying but all of it uphill and very picturesque. We changed trains around halfway and caught the jungfraubahn which tunnelled through the mountain and was very impressive! ...
... 2:30; light flurries and very cold!
Bond World is certainly fun. The interactive exhibition whisks you away to the world of "On Her Majesty's Secret Service" experiencing scenes from the movie and imagining you are Bond.