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... I came across a website that was for Gimmelwald, a town tucked up in the Swiss mountains with no traffic and the only way to access it is by cable car. SOLD. I watched the video (here if you’d also like to be enlightened http://gimmelwald.ch/) and knew I had to go. With zero convincing, Ann and Sarah also felt the desire to get to this magical place.
Magical is exactly what it is. We flew to Basel, Switzerland and took a bus ...
... station (or did the station bumped into us…) which shortened the travelling time to Schaffhausen. The old town of Schaffhausen is very picturesque with a lot of wall paintings. After a kebab for lunch we climbed up the Munot which is the old defense tower of the city. It had a vineyard in the back of its lawn. The train ride back to Zurich offered an astonishing panoramic view of the falls from above. Funnily, two young Americans next to us which ...
... taking an incline to a look out and climbing to the top of a church. We wanted a true Switzerland meal before leaving, so we grabbed some Swiss bratwurst from a street vendor and of course Swiss chocolate for dessert! I bought some chocolates for souvenirs but we'll see if they make it back to the States...
Got some great pictures! Notice how awesome the weather was.. And check me out next week after my trip to Paris, France!
... to reach the viewing platform. Mum stayed inside again while we walked up a few more levels to reach the platform outside. When you are outside, you stand on this metal grill and below you is just sheer mountain cliffs, or air depending on where you are standing! The wind was giving us pretty poor visibility again but it wasn't as cold as the other viewpoint. I can't imagine what it would have been like to build the ...
... World Cup game is on, and this was the Interlaken routine for the five nights I was there.
During the first happy hour on the second night of the World Cup I ran into two Canadian girls from a hostel that I had met in Vienna. The hostel bar is also where the locals hang out, and by locals I mean the Kiwis, Aussies, and South Africans that are working a season with the various rafting companies. The girls had gone canyoning earlier in the day, and the three ...