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With the Swiss Pass, we were able to wander freely on Swiss trains, buses and boats!
And even pop into museums and castles!! Woohoo! The SwissPass was a must have.
If we were to go again, we would totally upgrade to 1st class for just a couple hundred more per person, better seats, better views and after a day of walking, its worth every penny.
From Interlaken, we jumped on the huge boat to cross through Lake Thun to see the town of Thun, Oberhofen, Niederhorn and lots more.
The train stop and boat stops were always just steps from the Migros (think 7-Eleven meets Trader Joe’s) and Brian caught this snapshot of me with my morning staple of yogurt. With chocolate of course! I’m not sure what my face is saying other than “yay chocolate” =)
omg, the water is magnificent!
But first, coffee! We started our day at Mani’s Coffee & Bagels in Thun.
Bring a water canteen or water bottle. There are water fountains everywhere in Switzerland.