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... time of the year most of the crops
being grown are for the production of winter feed for the animals.
We arrived at our campsite, which is situated on the banks
of the Aare, in a miserable cold drizzle. However shortly after having set up
camp, the weather lifted and we were able to grab our bikes and ride into town
Solothurn has a ...
Switzerland, we're here and we're so excited to meet you! The plan: eat all the chocolate, eat all the cheese, climb all the Alps! Ambitious, but truly Switzerland is part of our European country dream team, so we're setting our sights high, but without expectation. We know weather, accommodations, trains and expensive prices will mean we need to stay flexible. But we are looking forward to staying here until we have our fill, whatever that looks like in the end.
... can’t even comprehend that. So that combined with the Swiss Alps in the background
leads to a pretty sweet photo!
Dinner that night was another Swiss specialty, raclette! As I’m not much of a cheese person I was unsure about how this would go, seen as you just cook big slabs of cheese in a special oven, then eat it with potato and pickled stuff (gerkens and onions in our case). Well. It went AWESOME. So yum, I ended up eating ...
We left rainy Belgium today and hit the train at 736 am for Solothurn to visit Romy, a friend who was a foreign exchange student in va beach. The train ride was about 8 hrs and was filled with a lot of sleeping (well at least on Carolyn's part, I was not so lucky). We went through Basel and caught the connecting train to Solothurn and got here by 3! Romy came to to the station to pick us up and walked us to ...
... day we ascended the Jungfraujoch. This involved an amazing train trip to the top of the summit (over 3500 metres). This train line was celebrating its 100 year anniversary. Jo and I lamented the fact that we still cannot realistically hope to get a rail link to Melbourne airport within our lifetime.
Words cannot describe the scenery at the summit (luckily we took photos) but it was extraordinary to be on snow-capped mountains at the start of summer while we sucked in ...