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... br> After walking up and down many steps and hills for the city wall we chose to go to The Rosengart Museum. Well worth the trip. The benefactor was a close friend of Picasso and there was an entire floor of his work and photographs of Picasso and his wife (at the time) and the benefactor's daughter. Also, Miro, Pissaro, Matisse and Degas. Even Al enjoyed the exhibit. Not a security person in sight?!! Maybe cameras - ...
... population too.
The ride up the mountain was really nice. After a while it became less urban and more forest. The train takes you to the end of the line, ‹etliberg. Very easy walk up the rest of the way although of course there is a bit of an incline. I had lunch at the first restaurant - there is another one at the top of the mountain as well. It was good food - sausage and beer. These are a few of my favorite things. There was just a short ...
... long though, because we had signed up for canyoning the next day at 8 am!
We woke up and quickly got ready to be picked up from Balmers by a company called Outdoor Interlaken. We got our wetsuits and helmets and then got in a van which took us an hour away to Grimsel Canyon. We had to repel down the mountain into the water and then there would be jumps and rocks to slide down. My favorite part was towards then end when there was a zip line we ...
In Interlaken we stayed at Balmer's Tent Village. It was an interesting experience! Basically they had set up a bunch of large tents and trailers in a field about 15 minutes walk from their hostel. It was nice and sunny when we arrived and lots of people were out relaxing in the hammocks on the lawn. It looked great! And we could see mountains all around, including the snowy peak of Jungfrau, the highest mountain in this part of the ...
Monday we went to Luzerne with the Kids and visited the Transportation Museum. Brian’s company, Holcim, sponsored a great play area for kids to get into cement digging of pebbles, cranes, and shovels and rakes to pretend to be builders of cement things. Very exciting for Alex! Kayley and Serena rode around on the scooters, and they all went on trains boats ...