Hotel Zum Weissen Kreuz
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My name is Amine and I am free. I just graduated from my PhD program and I am ready for a 3 months adventure in Southeast Asia ! I am leaving on November 10th and this will be my first backpacking experience ever.
My first post covers the travel preparations. Since I never backpacked, I basically needed to buy or get from friends almost everything. I used to live in Montreal but just recently moved to Switzerland (like 10 ...
... around looking for parking. Parking is at a premium in these old-town districts and being it is Saturday afternoon in a scenic tourist town finding it was no easy feat. Eventually I did find an available garage just a bit further out, but still plenty close to walk to where we needed to be. While Mom and Steph just wanted to look around town, I had another agenda altogether…the Rosengart Art Collection.
This museum rose out of the collection of ...
... around the shops. The Europeans can certainly teach Australia a thing or to about alfresco dining and drinking. Even in the cool climate of Switzerland alfresco places were everywhere. Also you can get a drink of alcohol anywhere food is available including McDonalds. It seems they have a maturity about things that has not yet reached ...
... head over the summit.
On heading down the other side we find ourselves travelling through some
wonderful Swiss towns with lovely churches etc. The area is full of small lakes
and waterfalls are coming down the edge of all the surrounding mountains.
Finally the wonderful scenery is changing to housing and industry as we
approach Lucerne and soon the track dips down and into a newly built tunnel
under the city and finally comes out just before ...
Caught the train into Switzerland, saw snow covered mountain peaks as soon as we entered the country - very nice scenery. Arrived into Geneva, transferred to another train and trundled onto Bern. Instantly recognised better English- most Swiss speak German, and instantly noticed increase in prices- trains were stupidly expensive, double what France was. From Bern we transferred to a smaller final train to Grindelwald. Heading into Grindelwald was cool, ...