The Deutsche side of Switzerland

Trip Start Aug 23, 1996
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Monday, October 12, 1998

Interlaken, or in English, between lakes. This was where we were headed. All backpackers seem to go there as it is meant to be an adventure town. As we drove over a mountain range, to get there, I lost my ears, in the sense, I had come down with a bad dose of the flu. We found a roadside stop and Lucy had to cook. Normally, I do all of the cooking, so this was a good laugh. She threatened to go on strike !!!!! In the morning, we walked around the town. It was small, and you could buy Swiss Army knives with your national flag on. There were no Australian ones. We moved on towards Bern. Swiss for Bear. There were two live bears here. They were much better kept than the ones Ceske Krumlov. Looking down on the town from a tower, it was ugly and green. There was also an astrological clock, which was as good as the one in Prague. We continued onto Luzern. Lovely little town with a bridge, which was kind of old, but had burnt down and then they rebuilt it. There was also a wall with towers which you could climb and run around in. We did this. We found a Swiss army shop and bought gifts for our mum's. This was the German side of Switzerland. It was nice, but the as we got to the border of Swiss Deutsche and Swiss French, a whole new world was opening up to us. The languages were merging, forming a language which was hard to understand. We were entering a new part. It was exciting
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