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- Reduced mobility rooms
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... running the flat and downhills to make up time.. The kitchen closed at 9 so I wanted to make sure I was back in time. I really wanted to see the town of Gimmelwald which you would usually do in a day hike... buuuuuuttt I'm impatient and The 2 hour sign could easily be halved if I pick the pace up. Finally made it to the last sign pointing to Gimmelwald but noticed another sign pointing to the Sprutz, a waterfall the chick at the hostel told ...
... and offered to make us cheese sandwiches. We immediately said yes and sat down and rested. That cheese sandwich is the best I have ever had. The Swiss know how to make cheese! It was cut really thin and the owner told us the cheese was made this week by the cows on the mountain. How cool is that! We restocked on water and journeyed off to complete the 1.5 hour hike to the top. And I thought the bottom was hard. It was a 50% incline to the top and we had to get ...
... the wisdom of psychopaths" tonight. I guess I could use a quiet night anyway.
While I was eating my fondue and drinkin my free coffee I met the three other non-asians in the hostel, haha. These guys were Canadian. It was nice to have some people to chat with after being cooped up for hours today. We hit the local pub and saw a bit of Swiss life.
Got the train to Thun which is at the far end of Lake Thunnersee. The trip was lovely as the train lines goes along the edge of the lake for part of the way. Thun is a pretty old town with a lovely old town hall and square with cobbled streets. We walked over the beautiful old wooden bridge to the little island in the. Idle where there was a small market. Then we walked across to the old town and up the steps to ...
... who was still standing on the icey surface just before the firm footing under the cover of the platform.He wasn't prepared for the tug and down he went. Many hands rushed to help, including one of the locals I had been eavesdropping on. When she finally got back onto the train and sat opposite me she declared she was a nurse and she thought he had broken his hip. Bad combination, big dog, old man, icey surface.
Thrain continued up the mountain through those idyllic scenes of fresh ...