I was right and the drinks went down very well. In fact we went through most of our duty free purchases. The result is a late start to the morning. We managed a nice fry up then organised ourselves and into the car. In about 20 k's we were in Interlaken where we wandered around just enjoying yet another beautiful town. There were paragliders jumping from the mountain and circling the city, no doubt getting amazing views. Needless to say it's something that I'll never do. We only stayed for about 30 mins then back in the car for a long drive by swiss standards, about 60k. The good thing is I've got the hang of this driving on the other side and don't need to think about it anymore. So now I can relax and enjoy more of the countryside. We were making our way to Bern but once again the drive was really a great part of the journey. How can there be so many picture postcard views in the one country? The lakes and rivers are the most amazingly blue of colours. Combine this with green fields and craggy mountains, not to mention wooden villages and cows everywhere, & your eyes are just spoilt for what they can take in. We arrived at the capital (Bern), parked, then wandered across the bridge into town. Guess what? Another spectacular place!! C'mon Switzerland, you are surely joking with us. The city reminded us Stockholm & Amsterdam and was nestled in the horseshoe of a river. It was a quiet city, in fact all towns and villages here are quiet. You can walk around without masses of people anywhere. We wandered through the main street down to a cafe on the banks of the water. Before going in we found an enclosure, and discovered that there was a bear in there. Well actually there were 4 in pretty relaxed state. We then grabbed a coffee, wandered back to the car looking at shops. We did stop in the centre to watch the big clock do things with it's figurines. Yet again a case of being underwhelmed and walked away asking "is that it"? Back in the car we hit traffic on the way out before leaving the city and heading back to Grindlewald. On the way back Jac & I noted how many cats you see in fields. Just big meadows with a single cat in it. No doubt just sitting there admiring the view. We decided to stop in Interlaken for a beautiful steak to celebrate Jacs bday (happy bday tiger). We even got to see traditional swiss playing those big horns. They played 2 songs although it could have been 1, we couldnt decide. Then we headed home for a couple of drinks and the solving of the worlds problems. Yup, not a bad day at all.