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... my then wife and I and our two children toured Europe and one of the highlights was a ride on the Glacier Express. The last of the four
trains from Zweisimmen to Gstaad was also of real interest. It was the Golden Pass Panoramic train with a special viewing section for first class passengers right at the very front of the train. The photos give some idea of the effect.
I spent what ...
... the trees were an amazing green. Not to mention the picturesque mountains creating an amazing backdrop.
After finding our hostel we went to explore some of the town, like in Zurich, mid-afternoon a light fog came in, not so much to obscure the amazing mountains or to block the sun but the blue skies just weren't as vibrant as the morning. First stop was the local swimming pool, although it was only warm enough for a quick dip, the scenery was amazing and a perfect location ...
... mine and Jase’s predictions, we thanked the owner, got a tip for where we might catch the league final the following day and headed back to the camper, with fingers crossed the parking warden wouldn’t have noticed our ticket had expired.
We arrived back to find Larz was fine-free, and with the evening closing in, we set off to find a nearby campground in the darkness – Winter really is approaching fast!
... out night was had with a dinner at a local pub and listening to music.
Next morning we were back on the trains, headed for Bern and finally back to Zurich (although the train was heading all the way to Berlin – mighty tempting!). Bern is a traditional Swiss city, with a nice ...
... into Lauterbrunnen. Along the way, we saw some BASE jumpers and even one that hadn’t deployed his chute yet. At first I thought it was a giant black bird making a beeline for some prey, but then a big chute came out of the "bird’s" back. It was frightening just to watch!
The walk was pleasant; we saw cows and sheep (you can tell which tour members are from the country because they’re not stopping to snap pictures of farm animals), ...