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Travel Blogs from Riederalp
... Munich and relax. Before we went up I was determined to get ride of the half full bottle of wine I had bought so we offered it to some of the English looking tourists in the place and they were happy to receive it. We talked with them quite a bit, most were from Canada do very friendly. I told them about our experiences and to definitely do canyoning if they had a chance. Everyone seemed grateful for the drink and knowledge. We went to bed to get ready for the long journey to ...
... up there we took photos because within a few minutes the cloud covered the view of the lake and streets below. On a clear day you can see the Eiger, Monch and Jungfrau as well as two lakes. Unfortunately, the mist covered most of the view and we could only see the town below and one of the lakes. Bo spotted where we were camped too.
The following day, the weather hadn't improved, it wasn't really too cold, but the rain had now started. We were keen to ...
... deal. We arrived into Basel around 4:30 pm, went to the ATM to have some Swiss Francs on hand, validated our 5-day Swiss Pass (for all public transportation and museums) which we purchased in advance from the US, and hoped a bus to Basel Bahnhoff (the main train station). I was last in Switzerland in 1991, and I recall a pristine, spotless, and beautiful country. I hope we get to see the same this time, but the first thing we noticed, in the Basel airport ...
... times and directions and we were on our way. But first, we walked over to EWL (the Swiss version of So Cal Edison) store front that sells electric appliances (its like if Edison had a store that sold light bulbs and flashlights…weird) to see if we could buy a new laptop charger. Kyle’s laptop charger died the other night in the middle of a Skype conversation. Our options looked more and more limited as we are in a pretty isolated area. But, they ...
... medical insurance so that he can be registered. I was really proud of myself as I spoke good enough German that even the woman behind the desk was suprised. She told me (in german) that she didnt realise I could speak German and thought I could only speak English. I was really pleased with the praise as I hadnt even thought about what I would say before I had even said it. It might sound stupid but I felt quite brave going somewhere ...
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