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... was the slightly longer way by taking the cable car up the steep mountain above Lauterbrunnen to the cliff edge railway station at Winteregg and then head by train and cableway to the top.
Most decided to take the bus route but a few of us decided on the longer and more scenic route.
The cable car to Winteregg is an extremely well-engineered setup as it is designed for extremely heavy loads. It and the cliff edge railway up above are the main routes to the cliff town ...
... reality hit – that this would be a day of just watching tennis.
The next couple of days were spent doing odd jobs and completing a final couple days of work. We have both had further injections this week, we shipped a box of winter clothes (and some fridge magnets) home, tidied up our room and emptied the pantry.
On Saturday, we had initially planned to go to Wimbledon Common to have a day of games, ...
... their experiences, and about the surrounding area- I ended up learning a lot from them which was a nice perk! Around 630 I headed back to the campsite for dinner at 7 and joined up with the others who I went hiking with for dinner. After dinner I showered and we all hung outside in the small park and around 10 we headed to the campsite bar and shared some beers together. I turned in around 12 as per usual we had an earl start and long day of driving the next say to the French ...
Interlaken. So after our pit stop, we kick started the trip again with Interlaken. Up and out nice and early so as to enjoy the afternoon somewhere different! We arrived and walked the '7minute' (more like 20) walk to the hostel, it's named 'Funny Farm' this should be interesting. We had a very traditional lunch at the Irish pub that was still serving and wandered about town for a few hours, dodging the bus loads of tourists from Asia and their photos! Contemplated going skydiving ...
... beginning to feel the heat under all my layers.
I'm now heading South West along the A4 motorway towards Strasbourg and then Southwards to Basel just over the border in Switzerland. By the time I get near Basel my fuel tank is reading empty. I decide it’s time for another brew and to fill up my tank. However mile after mile goes by and there just does not appear to be any service stations along this stretch of road. With my gauge reading "reserve" I decided I ...
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