Sunday, March 25, 2007


The Jungfraujoch in Switzerland is Europe's highest altitude railway station. If you are interested to hear English with a Swiss accent, look at this video.

Besides the educational value of this post, I'm telling you that because my mum sends photos. I'm not entirely sure exactly why she's in Switzerland, or what she's doing there besides piping several megabites through myyahoo, but anyway.

For more cool photos from Switzerland see Global Warming arrives to Versoix.

1 comment:

  1. So much snow! It looks beautiful - at least, when sitting in the warmth of an early springtime day!

    It seems that one has to climb to 3400+ meter (how much is that in feet?) to find some "real winter" in Europe this season ;-)



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