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Mostly sunny day Traveled by train to Langenthal Lunch at a pizzeria, orders a small pizza which was big in size, I wonder how big the large pizza would be! Leonie had a pasta dish, a large portion too. Walked around in the township, then Peter & Ursula driven as to ...
... They just celebrated their 100th anniversary two years ago. Some of the train goes through long tunnels up to the top. Can you imagine what it took to build that railroad with horses and manpower?
And then you get to the top of Jungfrau and they've turned it into a destination. They of course have photo opportunities from the top of the mountain, or as they like to call it, "The Top of Europe!" But they also have a ...
... GLACIER GARDEN) is right next to the Lion Monumen (Swiss pass free)
Good for rainy-day activity. Interesting excavations and museum about glaciers. The "Alhambra" mirror maze, with its 90 mirrors, is definitely fun to walk through. Pretty garden area.
FACTS: This natural monument was uncovered in 1872 by Josef Wilhelm ...
... aircraft landed at 8 a.m. local time in a gentle rain,
and chilling breeze. The welcoming
committee, Marianne and Rolf helped load the luggage and drive us all back to
Aarwangen, a small town in the Canton of Bern in Central Switzerland. The ultra-modern home of Tom and Marianne
would be home base for the duration of the visit. More family, Sandy and Pascal joined us later
and in 2 cars, all went to the Emmenthal Cheese Works.
... to start us off while we mulled over the menu. Dad and Jason, surprise surprise got the sausages... which apparently were the best yet. It was a nice dinner all round and by the time we were finished we were the last in the restaurant - a far cry to what we were used to in Italy with its late dinner habits.
Next morning everyone was up and showered and across to the pub with 10 minutes to spare before the game. It might have been the hardest for Dad, as we had ...