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... skies. We jumped on a public bus to explore the city of Interlaken. From there, another public bus to Nuehaus, right by one of Interlakens great lakes. We wandered here for a time, and I jumped into the aqua blue lake for a (freezing but) refreshing swim in a beautiful spot. I hadn't brought a towel, but drying off didn't take long. We strolled off on a nice walk through the woods, along the river, stopping off at a bird hyde on ...
... 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 ...
... town of Metz instead of around it.
Sure enough it added time to my journey as the place was full of roadworks with police directing the traffic. I was now fully expecting to get stopped by the police for not wearing a yellow vest but thank goodness they left me alone.
Soon I was out of the traffic and heading along the m/way once again. The weather was getting better by the mile. Even though it was still overcast the temp had risen to 7.5 Celsius and I ...
... the harnesses and ropes were set up. Callie and I somehow got suckered into going last out of our group of about 20 girls. That certainly built up the excitement because Callie is afraid of heights. The jump was so cool - 4.5 seconds of free fall. After, we hiked through the canyon and a cave to get back to our bus.
Back at the hostel, we went next door to grab a bite to eat. Later ...
... 1600 to fly from Geneva, I'd stay in Interlaken and
forget about Paris. I went back to the hostel to figure out my options. I
found an EasyJet flight for E200 and nothing else, so I booked it. I'll
probably need to get a cab, too, when I get to Paris since none of the
public transit is worth a damn right now. So I connected to my computer
back home and did my finances while I was waiting. My life savings isn't
gone yet, so that's good. James (the ...
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