The Swiss Alps (with Avital)

Today is Avital’s 25th birthday so we must have an unforgetable experience. In the mornung (after the belowmentioned Therese breakfast) we started our way towards the Swiss Alps in the area of the JungFrau Valley. At first we went to the Trummelback Falls. Watching and filling the vast power of the water was exhilarating. 20,000 L/min, can you believe that????
Afterwards we went by a cable car to the lovely-heavenly-picture-like Muren. Avital recieved a special treatment in the 4 stars Analfi Hotel. On lunch time we hiked in the mountains and ate the well-known “recipe” (a bread roll with: a tomato, a cucumber, a slice of yellow cheese and a dried fig), then we came back and went to the sauna and to top that, we had a 1,000 courses dinner, no wonder we were already in deep sleep in 9:00 PM.

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