"Thanks to the heat and humidity of a Swiss alpine summer, the high pressure frequently sets off lightning storms as clouds pass over the larger lakes. On rare occasions, lightning strikes the water and the crackling is heard several miles away.
Last summer, a cracker of a storm started up in the mountains near Interlaken, crackling away whilst leaving our village untouched."
"It is unbelievable to see a town which is more than 700 years old. Later we did a cruise for 2 hours to go to Interlake, one of the most touristic places in Berne."
"During previous office outing, me and my colleagues enjoying ourselves studying about stugeons and discovering special greenhouse located on Swiss Alps!"
"There are hundreds of inflatable boats on the Aare during the summer. Usually the trip starts from Thun and it ends at Bern. The journey usually takes about 3 hours."
"I did it! The highest railway station in Europe is located 3,454 meters above sea level. I took the trains and hiked up to the Aletsch Glacier.
Take the Jungfraujoch rails through the Eiger and the Mönch. Stop at the Eismeer and Eigerwand stations.
And then you can say, "I have been to the Top of Europe"."