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Since everyone’s staying home, let’s pretend we’re off on an International trip. My books are set in places I’ve visited, and I’m sharing some of my photos this month.
Identify the location of the picture below. Remember to register your answer by clicking “Leave a comment” at the top of this page and then write your reply (I’ll approve comments at the end of each day and reveal the locale in the following blog).
Correct answer receives a point. If you’re not certain, go ahead and guess! I’ll be posting a different photo, along with a hint, every day this month. Whoever has the most points on April 30th will receive a prize (you’re not winning the lotto, dear people, but I will mail you a small gift which will include a modest Amazon card). In the event of a tie, a randomly generated number will decide the winner. So, be sure to check back here each day, & let’s see who can . . .
Name That Location:
Hint: Known as “The Top of Europe” this place is a peak but also considered a region. The peak, along with the Eiger and Mönch, forms an easily recognizable wall of mountains. You’ll need to take at least three different railways to reach this spot, but it’s worth the trip to see Europe’s highest train station, the ice palace, year-round snow (this photo was snapped in July) and incredible views of the Bernese Oberland. The hit films On Her Majesty’s Secret Service and The Eiger Sanction were filmed in the area.
~Yesterday we visited Portsmouth, England. K Nichols recognized the location.~
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8 thoughts on “April 22nd”
Jungfraujoch or the Top of Europe is in Switzerland. Got it today, Victoria. LOL
Yes, Sharon! Glad you’re back.
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I guess my answer to yesterday’s came in too late though. Oh well. LOL Don’t know what happened to my email.
I didn’t get your answer regarding Portsmouth until the next day. Don’t know what happened there.
Is it Valais? Have a good Wednesday!
It’s the Jungfrau, Amy. I know the photo wasn’t very detailed.
You are correct again, K! Congratulations!