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... riverside cafes, while you can cill out in the sun. I preferred this town, from a culture point of view, and a slower pace of life!
As a biker enthusiast, I was great to bump into a Harley Davidson shop!
This was our last day. Tomorrow we're heading back to Strasbourg, 175 miles.
Overall I absolutely loved Lauterbrunnen and hope to one day return here with my own family. The area is really kid friendly and although the activities and food is on the expensive side if you camped and came prepared, hiked, biked, bbq'd etc you could have a really good time here. I'd also love to return here in the winter and do some skiing. Every direction you look you're just in awe of the natural beauty surrounding you. This is definately the place where fairytales come true.
Sunday morning and we had a very restful morning with a delicious buffet breakfast, overlooking Lake Thun. Michaela picked us up at 1.30 and we drove along the lake, through the countryside, through tunnels and over little bridges, up the mountain to Zum Beizli, where there were still remnants of snow. We met Werner and Vreni up there. The host at the little gathering place was very welcoming ...
... football is not up to my usual standard, but it still finished 3:2 FC Young Boys, even through they had 10 men. The atmosphere was awesome and I have a great video of the crowd. We later headed back to Solothurn for the carnival and met a few of Michelle's friends before heading back home.
Sunday, we went back to the carnival for the big parade and then met Heinz and Ursula on the streets of Solothurn. They were really good fun and we ended ...
Another beautiful clear sky greeted me when I woke up at the Hotel in Pontresina, After a great buffet breakfast, I left this charming village, riding past St Moritz then the Julierpass, 2284 m - then up the valley to Oberalppass, 2044 m, Furkapass, 2431 m and Grimselpass, 2165 m. before joining the shores of Lake Brienz and Thun. Once in Thun, it is only a short ride up the mountain to my niece's place at Bleiken.