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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.
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 ...
... is more like fly instead of fall because some of these guys were wearing what I will call a flying squirrel suit. When they pop their shoots it sounds just like a jet. One odd thing is that of the 20 or so that we saw I think I only heard on guy yell. Otherwise it was a silent fall.
Arriving in Lauterbrunnen, where we will catch the lift back up to Murren, we stop off at a coffee shop to get a ...
... 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 ...
... were much smaller.
After dinner I did a brief "walkabout" up and down the main street for a short distance, and then went back to my room to check E-mail and get organized for tomorrow. This is a very quiet town, and there really doesn't seem to be much to do after dark. All the small coffee shops are closed, and there doesn't seem to be any night life.
Tomorrow I will be heading for the Jungfrau and "The Top of Europe", and hopefully the weather will co-operate.