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Interlaken to Matterhorn

... Zermatt is at the end of the road and cars are not allowed on its streets, so we parked in their parking lot and walked in. Talk about a rural setting; we needed to stop and wait while a large herd of goats with bells on their necks was driven past on the street by two young boys. Mountain climbing, skiing, hiking, ice skating and curling are popular activities besides shopping and eating in restaurants with a spectacular view. With perfect lighting, I got a great photo of the Matterhorn which looks like a huge, jagged tooth or pyramid sticking up and a Swiss Chalet in the foreground.  ...
Read the next entry in Jim Sloter's weekly travelogue in the April 22 Advance.

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