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... beautiful lake the Lauenensee, made it very worthwhile.
At the end I had a light lunch in a mountain restaurant overlooking the lake. I hardly saw any one else on my hike, but the restaurant was packed. It was a beautiful sunny day and being Saturday, many people had driven up to enjoy the view and the location. The atmosphere was celebratory, everyone seemed very happy. And no wonder; they all seemed to be loving the wonderful scenery, the crisp cool air, and bright ...
... in the middle do the group and so many girls ahead of me had completed the rappel so I had to try for prides sake. I have never rappelled before so this was a completely new and terrifying experience. We were 30 feet above the water and. The cliff face was super wet and I couldn't get a foothold anywhere. Twice I lost my footing and slammed into the rock. The first time I hit my left hand pretty good and it started to bleed in a few places. I was just happy I ...
... heavily in Interlaken for the 10 min walk
back to the hotel.
Next day we spent most of
time on the train to Zermatt via Spiez and Brig. This was the old route since
these days there is a modern tunnel cuts the time down by 60 mins but of course
no good for sightseeing. It must be a shortish trip since we saw many cars on
railway low loaders with people in them, presumably waiting to go through the
Goodbye Italy! We were so sad to say goodbye to the Meyers this morning, but we're thankful for the 3 weeks we got to travel with them. The kids wanted one last gelato at their favorite gelato place before we headed to the Fiumicino Airport to catch our EasyJet flight to Basel, Switzerland. We decided to take a taxi to the airport to simplify everything and it was worth it for the door-to-door service. We flew EasyJet, a budget European airline, and it was very ...
... dosage resulted in dangerous levels of ventricular arrhythmia. Patient Zero has indicated she is unwilling to continue with the treatment and has opted for the alternative regiment of "cough drops and hot chocolate."
Male subject's immune system, however, continues to amaze. Against all logic, subject continues to remain healthy, despite intimate proximity to patient zero. It is unknown whether patient's resiliency is the result of ...