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... is very locally sourced and farms are small. According to our hosts, most people in Switzerland learn how to make
cheese. They described the process to me
and I’ll definitely have to give it a try when I’m back in the States!
Sixth, Switzerland is not overly safety conscious. Edi was the principal and Ursula a teacher at a
local public high school for 20 years. ...
... repair) and a crystal clear river flowing through the town. Such a lovely place.
The train i took to Bern was an ICE train (inter city express) and it was great. As well as having normal seating you could choose to sit in a private compartment, and once the door is closed it was unbelievably quiet, and the ride was the smoothest i have experienced in a train.
... lovely beds, and hopped into the swimming pool which was so cold we got straight out and into hot tub then hammocks. Very nice :D I might have got a bit burned though. We popped to see the lakein the evening on the free bus and skimmed some stones, it was so beautiful yet too cold and dark to swim. So we ran for the last bus home then had supernoodles for dinner -_- and played some terrible table tennis/football (on my part, I've never been very ...
... in a Pakistani/Indian restaurant (which country are we in again?? But we were over the cheese, pork, veal and potato which make up many traditional Swiss meals!)
Tomorrow is a long travel day of close to eight hours where we take a train from Interlaken to Karlsruhe in Germany and then on to Munich. We have one evening in Munich (the second time we've been there on this trip) before we pack our bags ready to fly to Dubai!
... trail. A good 45 minutes later, I decided to get back to the main road and check a bus route to see if I was still on track. I was, but I also saw that by bus it was another 20 minutes to my destination in Itelswald! "What's another hour on foot." I said to myself, then I found a restaurant and ate a very salty ham pizza. The waitress told me the walk to Itelswald is quite the climb, so I took the bus. When I walked into my room I thought I was going to ...