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Today we went to the highest peak in Europe. We took the train from Lausanne to Interloken. Then another train up to Lauterbrunnen which was packed so many people out because of the great weather. On a cog train to the actual peak and people were crammed on. Once you get to ...
... go in front of me so he could "catch" me if I fell (was not going to let that happen) or let me go first...... As we came down the tower, we could hear the choir echoing up from the church below. It was magical. When we got to the bottom, we sat in the pews and listened to their rehearsal for a while. The whole experience wore me out! We wandered around the shops a bit more then found a cafe where we had a tapas plate and a luxurious hot chocolate with ...
... a Starbucks. It wasn't hard. Apparently the rich Zurich people love it. There was one on every block. On the way we found a fair going on by the water and we wandered around. Most of the time was spent gawking at the insane prices for fair food. 25 francs for a hot dog meal. With a conversion of $1.10 for 1 franc we couldn't believe it. Rich life. All in all it was nothing exciting but I'm glad we went. We wouldn't ...
... memories! In the same way, Paris showed me some love by getting to know great Americans, Australians, French, British, and many more people! I am blessed to have met my local guide who showed me around and the local side of the big city. Granted, Paris is not always the cleanest city and sometimes people weren't friendly. For the most part, every Parisian I talked to at cafés, restaurants, and bakeries were pleasant and treated me well when ...
... welcome visitors to the SBB travel centre (T "loved" the moo-ing, I'd like to see his expression had there been yodelling)
1 - buy 22-day Swiss Pass (only available to foreigners)
2 - exchange cash for CHF
3 - washroom please
4 - find & buy SIM cards or our phones (Swiss com - yikes, no too $$$, Orange - yes, good $)
5 - find train for Lucerne
T chose the train that goes 1 direction into the city briefly, 2 stops, then heads ...