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... trail up to the top of the ridge to our south to get that special view.
We were well-rewarded as this picture attests. The slope was steep and I was quite winded, much more so than Caron, but I persist and pace myself. At around 200 meters before the crest we hear what can only be described as a cowbell symphony. We were so intrigued by the many bells and the different pitches and couldn’t wait to see how many cows were making such ...
April 2nd Jess and I spent about six hours traveling by train from Rome to Bern, Switzerland. Upon arriving to Bern we met Annelise, a woman who was an exchange student that lived at Jess' grandparents house when Jess' mother was in high school. Annelise and her family as well as Jess' family have kept this relationship alive for a long time and have visited each other on various occasions. We were thankful to be welcomed by a family that took us under their wing during our stay ...
... of this and in 1800 he made it a part of Fribourg. In the ceiling you could see a stucco relief with the bear for Bern and the three castles for Fribourg. The pulpit was carved in 1460 from a single oak tree!
We climbed up to the ramparts for views over the rooftops. You are only allowed to use certain colours of paint in Murten so everything was very uniform looking, but quite pretty. The ...
... rather cold here on top I and a few others from Manchester who I met up here decided it was time for a cuppa and so decided to head back to middle camp where it would be much warmer.
After taking the cable car back down to middle level, what a difference in temp but the main difference was the total feeling in ones body. Up top most of us felt rather out of breath and light headed. Here on middle level it was totally different and simply felt normal ...
... just need your lock.
v-1 camera + charger + 14gig memory card (a must)
(14gig was enough for my entire trip. Tipp : once in a while make a
safety copy of your pictures on a dvd and send it home. Loosing your
pictures is probably the only 'impossible-to-replace' loss you can have.
All the rest, passport and material you can buy somewhere)
Books are very ...