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1986 - Europe by double decker bus (Part 6 - Switzerland)

Into the mountains.

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Tuesday 24 June - We drove into Lucerne for some sightseeing. I also shopped for some black Swiss Army Knives. After lunch we drove to Lauterbrunnen through spectacular countryside. There were five top deck buses at camp site. Quiet evening.

The streets of Lucerne.

The memorial to the Swiss Guards killed in the 1792 storming of the Tuileries Palace in Paris.

Lauterbrunnen valley.

Nameless, Rex, Camel, Leylandi & Snort.

Wednesday 25 June - An early start to catch the train to the top of the Jungfraujoch. Spectacular views from top of 8716 foot mountain. Others skied at top but I just wandered around taking in the scenery. We stopped in Wengen on the way down. A quiet evening back in camp.

Lauterbrunnen valley.

The Eiger.

The Jungfrau.

JR having a nap on the ski slopes.

The village of Wengen.

Thursday 26 June - A free day. Some of us walked up the valley to Trummelbach Falls. Mini golf in afternoon, quiet evening.

The waterfall opposite the camp site.

A waterfall up the valley.

Trummelbach Falls.

Inside Trummelbach falls.

Posted by nzhamsta 13:00 Archived in Switzerland

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