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waterfall does not look like much when first seen, but look closely and there
behind the falls is a tunnel cut out in the cliff where people can stand behind
and watch the water fall. Its only when you see the people does one realise the
actual size of the cliff and falls.
per usual on arrival at Lauterbrunnen I park right up outside my favourite
coffee shop and right away order my favourite coffee mocha. I then sit outside
and take ...
... clear skies and views of the mountain ranges from our terrace.
We left the next day on a route which Dominque suggested which led us through more beautiful green countryside through Gstaad and over Jaun pass on the way to Gruyere. There, we toured the medieval walled city and castle, and enjoyed Gruyere cheese dishes for lunch, then headed north above Bern to stay the night in the Solothurn region.
... and lenses. I might try to bum her photos later, as I'm sure they're better than my point-n-shoot.
We did see a marmot, some hawks, and deer signs. The marmots don't seem to be as prolific here as they are back home. The hawks were interesting to watch- they'll find a spot in the headwind as it flows over the mountains and flap their wings. They stay in one spot ...
... including an outdoor pool. I love South Calgary pool….but it has nothing on the many Badi’s in Switzerland…sigh.
Once all the sexy, I mean strong, divers had finished their show – including diving while on fire…yup… we headed over the walking bridge to the other side of the road to check out the local Badi area – all included with our “watch” system – (phew!!! …we were coming up to ice ...
... obviously struggling, a different route was in order. After a bit of a flatter detour, we finally made it to Mittenwald, and after settling the camper in at a decent camper stop, we cycled into town. Mittenwald is a nice quaint German town, with a small babbling stream running right through its centre. The place has its candy coloured Church, and an all manner of eateries selling your German sausage and sour kraut with shops and homes made of a deep brown wood, covered ...