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We slept in until 10am, showered and packed. Our first stop of the day was in Murten, Switzerland. We hasn't had breakfast before leaving Neuchatel so after a lot of driving in the city medieval remparts, we founda place to park the car and a little cafe. With Mark's beginner German and the server's basic English, we managed to order a piece of nut …
... main train, jumped on another train, to another bus, to a cable car with travel time about 4 hours from Basel airport, taking in beautiful views around us everywhere. Our hostel is on the side of the mountain, overlooking a beautiful mountain range, some still snowcapped. It’s one of those places that I’ve asked myself numerous times "Where am I?" Waking up in the morning to the views are unbelievable as well. Gimmelwald even ...
We woke up super early! 5:30 am (10:30 pm cst) And then ran down to the cable car lifts to Mont Blanc. We caught the two cable cars to the op on the Mountain! Enjoyed the view for about 2 hours! Enjoying the beautiful sights and watching the people climb the mountain! We then headed down the mountain. Took another 4 trains, a bus, an another cable car up to Gimmelwald, Switzerland! This beautiful small little alpine town tucked away ...
... The GPS typically has to take a minute or two to “get a lock” on the current location. As it turned out, I was heading in the right direction, and within a few minutes I was at Hotel Oberland. After getting settled in my room, I went down to the Lobby to tell the staff that I would have dinner at the Hotel tonight (they require reservations, as they’re usually full).
There is apparently a Rick Steves “My Way” ...
... contents were delicious!). Switzerland is officially my new favorite country.
The next day we spent exploring the surrounding area, before forcing Dennis to summit a pass in order to reach our next destination, Zermatt. Well, actually we were camped at a town nearby, as Zermatt is officially a car-free town.
As we had skipped Florence, we had decided to spend an extra day here. Initially we had planned on just doing ...