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Todays title I saw on a map of the area of Interlaken. Its a fair description of this beautiful place. I figure you would struggle to design a more picturesque perfect scenic town. Nestled in a valley, between two still aqua blue lakes, surrounded by towering mountains, covered in thick green woodland, with the sights of whitecaps and glaciers, under a warming bright sun and blue skies.
Turns out, theres no domestic intercity ...
... from cables 60 feet up. It was awesome! I had a hairy moment on our last route of the day which was the most difficult one. My arms and legs finally gave out. I was out on these metal rings just hanging from ropes about 50 feet up and my legs started shaking uncontrollably and my arms were already shot. I couldn't move forward, couldn't go back. And I really didn't want to have to be rescued - so humiliating. Plus I'm not likely to admit defeat unless near death, and I ...
... The place was very green and there seems to be a large farming community.
With my satnav set-up to take me to the town of Bern, Switzerland it meant passing through the capital of Luxembourg which is also called Luxembourg. This was quite a struggle as there was loads of traffic and so added quite a bit of time onto my day. However it also gave me time to look at some of the beautiful buildings of this city.
Once through the city it was back onto ...
... the Olympics. The villagers clapped and broke into songs of old as I made my way along the roads. Never before had they witnessed such heroism. They chased after my sledge in droves and surrounded me in a scene of joy and euphoria. A large banquet was set up in my honour and the party went on into the night. Already the story began to be passed down to the younger generations and the town of Gimmelwald was in the process of been named after me. Men begged me to stay ...
... so I did it. Replaced the battery at the base of the mountain
and was on my way. Holy **** that was a tough climb. I think the weight
of the bike and lack of gearing was equivalent to the maximum
assistance it gave. It seemed like it'd be easier to use a regular light
mountain bike. Not to mention it had no traction on rocks because of
the tires. I had to push the heavy thing up some hills where it slipped.
Finally got to the top and ate at the ...