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... the waterfall the sun started to sink lower in the sky. A lot of the people who'd been out on the water in motorboats roaring up and down the lake were ashore or anchored along the shore for supper. The lake was so calm it was almost flat. It was really peaceful to glide along, our paddles barely causing ripple effects and by the time we neared Iseltwald the sun was setting. As we came to shore we saw a marching band practicing for the small Swiss Day parade ...
... good night!"
It was 1am by the time we checked in, and found our room quite full, including our beds which were covered in other people's bags. We made a bit of a racket getting everyone's stuff off our beds but by that time we didn't care too much. And thus ended one of the more inconvenient trips in my travels.
3rd June, 2012
In the morning we checked out of Balmer's Herberge and walked down the street to "The Tent Village", which has ...
... the river walk was much nicer. We got to town and found the church that marked the start of our first hike last night. That long hour hike. At some point Anne and I discussed the decision to visit Trummelbach today and all I could say was that it was very cool but it was a shame.
We got to our hotel room and took off our shoes and put up our feet. We were hungry but we made due with what food we had in the room. The restaurant was across the street and we were not going to walk that far tonight.
... circling the L'arc de Triomphe for an hour and danced all night following a drum line in the streets of Barcelona. I've done my best to give Ty his roots while giving him the confidence to seek out his dreams. I know he is ready...and hoping from time to time there will be the chance to travel together again. I know China is on his list....maybe the next travel blog will be from the Great Wall...after all...anything is possible!
... in Ontario today. I’ll have to check the Internet back at the Hotel to get the details on that, and perhaps catch up on some B.C. news as well. While we were chatting at the entrance to the bridge, a guy with a Camera hurriedly walked past us and stopped a few feet away to take a photo of the Chapel Bridge - he looked identical to Jude Law! Eventually the girls said they had to go, so I carried on with ...