Hotel du chamois
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... riding up this great pass which is surrounded by massive peaks. The road
once again is built from lego type pieces of concrete and is a magical piece of
engineering. What makes this road even more unreal is that it does not actually
lead to anywhere other than to a few towns up in the mountains......oh and the
car train system!!!
with the car train system it sure must have cost a fortune to build for such
I arrive at ...
... clear skies and views of the mountain ranges from our terrace.
We left the next day on a route which Dominque suggested which led us through more beautiful green countryside through Gstaad and over Jaun pass on the way to Gruyere. There, we toured the medieval walled city and castle, and enjoyed Gruyere cheese dishes for lunch, then headed north above Bern to stay the night in the Solothurn region.
... a rather large group - Bob and our little family. So…in her heaving him onto the train, our precious little umbrella fell under the train. To a tired Talia, who at that instant in time loved all things umbrella, this amounted to a complete CATASTROPHE.
"NOOOOOOOO!!!!!!!! THAT IS MY FAVORITE…..what was it that fell Mama??…"
Here was an opportunity if ever there was one…and one where I could potentially divert a complete ...
... wir, diesen näher zu betrachten. Wir hatten Glück und der Stall war offen geräumig und nicht all zu verschmutz. Wir deponierten unsere Rücksäcke und Schlafsäcke, um uns nach diesem kleinen Schreckmoment dem Abendessen zu zuwenden.
Mit dem neu gekauften Gaskocher (der uns auch auf unserer Reise durch Südamerika treue Dienste leisten soll) kochten wir im Lichtschein der vorher ausgeliehenen Taschenlampe ein wunderbares Fondue mit Weisswein. Als Esstisch diente ...
... After lunch, and a bit of a walk around the lakeside town, we headed West towards the Krimmler Falle (the biggest waterfall in Europe). Having arrived at the car park, we quickly made a tactical withdrawal as parking was far too expensive. We decided to stay at a hotel, which allowed camping just across the road. The place wasn't too much more than the parking, but had all the facilities needed, along with free access to the falls. After establishing, we took a slow amble ...