Our Honeymoon: Murren, Switzerland

by jenna on July 10, 2013

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We spent the last part of our European honeymoon way up high in the Swiss alps, in a tiny ski town called Murren, obviously recommended by my bestie, Rick Steves. I think I mentioned this in my last honeymoon recap post, but we pretty much planned our entire trip based on Rick Steves recommendations. I highly recommend all his books {and no, he’s not really my bestie…just in my head}, especially the Switzerland one if you’re thinking of planning a trip. By the end of the two weeks we spent in Europe, we pretty much had that book memorized!

This was the part of the trip that I really had no control over. Paris and the Riviera were “my thing” — my dream honeymoon spots. Adam, however, really wanted to go to the Alps. And who could blame him? He did tons of research for this part of our trip and decided on the town of Murren in the Berner Oberland. I read that Switzerland is approximately the size of the South Carolina, which might put things in perspective to you. The Berner Oberland is sort of west-central Switzerland. It took practically an entire day of travel for us to get from Montreux, on Lake Geneva, up to Murren and we traveled via trains and cable cars. If you’re thinking it sounds super remote, you’re absolutely right!

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After lots of research, Adam picked Murren for us to visit because, well, Rick told us to but also because it had that super remote feeling but also had some nice hotels. Nice hotels are key on a honeymoon. ;)

We stayed at Hotel Eiger, which, without a doubt, was the best hotel I have ever stayed at. Oh my gosh, you guys…it was so amazing. Just thinking back at our time there makes me swoon and want to go back. The hotel is run by the sweetest Swiss family and is top of line luxurious but also had that “rustic Alps” feeling.

Here’s the view from our balcony:

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Yep, you literally feel like you are right IN the mountains. Absolutely amazing. We had a standard {but totally lovely!} room for the first night of our stay and then I happened to casually mention the next morning that it was our honeymoon and were their any suites available for upgrade? They generously upgraded us to a “room” that was larger than our house, brought us a bottle of complimentary champagne and the most delicious cheese crispies ever. It’s all about the cheese crispies in Switzerland.

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What was even better than the room though was the phenomenal breakfast buffet. I don’t know why I didn’t take photos of the buffet {actually I do – I was too busy stuffing my face} but it blew me away. They had everything…and I mean everything…you could ever want for breakfast including caviar, champagne and the most delicious bircher muesli I’ve ever tasted. And guys? I tried to get that bircher muesli recipe for you but apparently it’s a family secret. I tried…really, I did.

Adam and I kept up our Swiss ice cream tradition and ordered sundaes every night.

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And champagne for me!

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We had two full days of Murren. On the first morning we were there, the sun was shining and there wasn’t a cloud in the sky so we ate a {huge} breakfast downstairs and then hit the hiking trails during the day, despite me forgetting to pack hiking clothes and shoes. I did okay in cargo pants and Toms though!

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Despite the snowy mountains, the temperatures were in the upper 70′s and we hiked from Murren to the town of Gimmelwald, which apparently is Rick Steves’ favorite place in Switzerland, which meant we obviously had to go.

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I got a huge kick out of drinking the fresh Alpine water straight out of the trough that both cows and humans share. Totally normal.

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It was, hands down, the very best tasting water I have ever had. We happily filled our bottles up for the hike home!

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Isn’t this little guy cute? His name was Fritz. I thought he and Dexter would be good friends!

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Also, Bessie. I name every donkey I find Bessie and I don’t know why.

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Also, look what I found next to the hostel in Gimmelwald! Adam freaked out. No kidding, I think that was one of his favorite moments of the whole trip…finding that Aggie garden gnome.

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While in Murren, we ate mainly at the hotel since it was so amazing. I had steak that was to die for one evening! Everything is just so pretty in Switzerland, down to the flower-shaped carrot they garnish your dinner with.

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The next day it was cloudy and cold so we hung out around the indoor pool and sauna all day. It was blissful…absolutely blissful.

We left early in the morning for Zurich, explored the city {which we LOVED and wished we planned more time there!} and then headed back to San Francisco the next day. When we originally started planning this trip, I was a little worried we were taking on too much with all the cities, planes, trains, rental cars, cable cars…….BUT it ended up being perfect for us. I can say without a doubt that we soaked up every moment, took a total break from the computer {which was huge for us since both our jobs rely heavily on the internet}, ate whatever we wanted whenever we wanted {dessert twice a day!} and didn’t exercise at all unless you count walking miles every day exercise, which I clearly do.

The trip was so “us” in many ways. Adam and I love traveling and love traveling together, which is huge and important if travel is a passion. We found out early in days of dating that we traveled well together and that was a big deal for us. I don’t think you ever truly know a person until you travel with them.  I’m the daughter of two former flight attendants and was always taught “never to let the classroom get in the way of my eduction”. I love immersing myself in a new culture and soaking up all I can. Obviously one day when we have kids we won’t be able to travel as much as we do now, but I hope to raise our children with the same appreciation for other ways of life that my parents raised me with….and never letting the classroom get in the way of their education.

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I carried about ten pounds of Swiss chocolate in my lap the whole flight home and we are slowly making our way through the Cailler gift boxes. I have to say, as sweet as our honeymoon was, real life with my husband is so much sweeter. I’m sure it won’t always be easy or feel like newlywed bliss, but so far I think marriage is pretty great. Especially when you marry your best friend. I highly recommend it. ;)

I promise my next post will be wedding photos! I was waiting on the DVD of photos from my photographer and should have them this week so I can make that post. Thanks for being so patient, friends!

 

 

 

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Averie @ Averie Cooks July 10, 2013 at 2:28 am

With each of these honeymoon posts, I am putting places on my life’s bucket list of destinations I want to visit. Just gorgeous, Jenna!

Love the pics of you with the champagne and the water one. I am just in awe of how pretty this all is. It truly looks like something out of a movie!

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Ksenija @ Health Ninja July 10, 2013 at 3:03 am

I cannot wait for your wedding photos – though I really enjoyed all of your honeymoon recaps. You really gave me wanderlust! Cannot wait to go abroad in January for my final semester. Don’t know where yet, but since it will be with my best friend and boyfriend I know it will be perfect.

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Mandi | No Apathy Allowed July 10, 2013 at 3:25 am

Wow, your photos of the mountains look *amazing*! I’m definitely going to make sure to visit Murren someday. Oh, and congratulations!

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Desiree July 10, 2013 at 4:18 am

Jenna, thank you so much for sharing bits and pieces of your amazing honeymoon. I enjoyed reading each and every post. I want to visit all of those places one day, maybe my husband and I can do that for our 20 year anniversary (which is a short 5 years away). I love that quote “never let the classroom get in the way of their education.” Even though my kids are 11 and 13, just in the last year we have been to Alaska, Hawaii, Canada, Washington DC, and a quick trip to Orlando (all from Atlanta). My kids have learned so much from seeing places first hand. Thanks again for sharing with us and I can’t wait to see the wedding pics.

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Cory July 10, 2013 at 4:51 am

Jenna, these pictures are breathtaking!! I’m a geography instructor at a university and I just love how your parents taught you to learn beyond the classroom. Reading from a textbook is one thing, but experiencing it puts things in an entirely new perspective . I hope to travel one day and you’re an inspiration! Thank you for sharing!

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Angela @ Eat Spin Run Repeat July 10, 2013 at 5:06 am

You’re so right when you say “the trip was so us” – it seems like a perfect fit for you! Love the shot of you drinking out of the trough, an the sundae one too! Now I want to go to Switzerland! :)

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Molly @ RDexposed July 10, 2013 at 5:35 am

In regards to the picture of you in the black dress: meow!

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Katie D. July 10, 2013 at 5:42 am

I never traveled growing up, we couldn’t afford it and it wasn’t a priority to my parents. Only lately have my husband I started to travel a little bit and it wasn’t until a trip to Seattle that I really realized the importance of traveling. I’m hoping to give our future kids many wonderful memories of trips!

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Danielle July 10, 2013 at 5:42 am

Gorgeous! What a lovely place to have to go because of compromise ;)

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Jennifer July 10, 2013 at 6:04 am

This looks so wonderful.
You are so right about getting to know someone when they travel. My boyfriend is such a wonderful travel partner. He takes things a little slower, but is a bit more easy going. I am a whirl wind that can be overly sensitive. He calms me and I make things more lively. I am so blessed that we enjoy every trip together big and small.
Congrats on your new life.

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Amanda July 10, 2013 at 6:07 am

Switzerland is so beautiful!! I love that you were able to pick France, while he chose Switzerland, and he exposed you to everything there. I think that’s what is great about marriage, too. When you loosen the reins of control and let the other person make the decisions, you’ll experience things you likely never would have :)

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Heather Kneisler July 10, 2013 at 6:19 am

Loved your honeymoon recaps and all the pretty pics. And I have to agree, being married to your best friend is the best!

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pippa@popovertopippas July 10, 2013 at 6:30 am

My parents met in Switzerland, and in middle school they took us to see the town they met in (Gstaad) and Grindewald. Your pictures remind me of the trip, Switzerland is absolutely gorgeous. And on a side note, I remember eating a lot of sundaes on that trip!

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Coco July 10, 2013 at 6:38 am

I am sending my fiance links to all of your honeymoon posts….hope he gets the hint ;)

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deva July 10, 2013 at 6:39 am

These are so lovely – your honeymoon sounds amazing! I totally agree – it is a blessing to be a newlywed!

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Kinsey July 10, 2013 at 6:49 am

We just spent last summer in Switzerland and spent a night in Murren (coincidentally, in the same hotel you did! The breakfast buffet? Outstanding!). We then hiked to two of the mountain huts. Everything is so incredibly beautiful, and I will always remember that trip. I’m so glad you had a great time!

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Sarah @ Making Thyme for Health July 10, 2013 at 6:54 am

Switzerland has got to be one of the most beautiful places in the world! It does look like Tahoe on steroids! I love the Aggie garden gnome too! (Whoop!)
You look gorgeous in that photo, are those earrings from Noonday?

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erin @hooleywithaz July 10, 2013 at 6:56 am

this looks like a dream i once had. what an amazing honeymoon. i second/third/fourth the being married to your best friend as well. 14 months in, and we still feel like newlyweds because of that.

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Jill July 10, 2013 at 6:57 am

Murren was the last stop on our honeymoon too. So beautiful. I am a huge fan of really going big on your honeymoon. Realistically, there are so many ebbs and flows in a marriage. So many adjustments and changes and challenges. During those times, I think back to the most fantastic 15 days we have ever spent together in Europe and it really, truly helps me remember who we were before our world was rocked (in a good way) by the first year of parenthood.

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Colleen July 10, 2013 at 7:04 am

Thank you for sharing all this beauty with us! So happy for you!

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Tieghan July 10, 2013 at 7:10 am

So incredibly gorgeous. You pictures are amazing. It is SO pretty there. I am in a state of shock right now!! So pretty!

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jessica July 10, 2013 at 7:21 am

Jenna, I love that you are loving married life so far — of course you should love it, you’re newlyweds… we’ll have our 2 year anniversary in October, and I have to say that even though marriage can be a challenge, the worst day of being married is better than my best day being single. I love that I get to share my life with my husband. He challenges me every day and forces me to think and grow as a person and that is what it is all about. Best of luck to you and thanks for your great blog, especially the photography, it is so beautiful and such a lovely thing to look at. :-)

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Jenn July 10, 2013 at 7:42 am

I love your post about Switzerland. My boyfriend and I took a two weeks leave while we were stationed in Iraq. Much like you and your husband we had planned a lot! We started in Zurich and made our way around the entire country, including a spur of the moment weekend in Paris. The pictures of your honeymoon bring back so many happy memories; Switzerland really is a beautitful country, I can’t wait to go back. And the ability to travel well together, priceless. We are currently planning our next trip to Barcelona. Well it started out at Barcelona, but its slowly expanding to cover much of Spain, Andorra, and Portugal.

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Laurie July 10, 2013 at 8:02 am

Oh, you MUST travel with your little kiddos when they come along! We have 4 kids and raised them in 5 different countries (Japan, Singapore, Hong Kong, Taiwan and US). They all had their passports when they were born and we took them traveling with us to all kinds of crazy places. We always went “last class” as we traveled so they could really see how people live and experience new cultures. My husband and I have been to over 100 countries and our kids probably have been to over 50. Now that they are in their 20′s and in college, they really look at their travels overseas as the best class room they could have ever spent time in!!

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Lauren July 11, 2013 at 9:21 am

Wow, Laurie! What an amazing life your family has lived!

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Hillary | Nutrition Nut on the Run July 10, 2013 at 8:03 am

ok, i think i’ve picked Switzerland as my honeymoon destination… ahhhh, stunning.

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Jane {In the Pink and Green} July 10, 2013 at 8:17 am

I’m so glad you had a great honeymoon Jenna! When my husband and I went to Europe a couple of years ago, we felt the same way about Rick Steve’s so your posts have been cracking me up! Seriously though, his book is AWESOME when you are traveling to Europe…although a lot of the places we went that were mentioned, when we’d get there we’d see tons of other people with his book and it ended up being a good conversation starter! We also went to the Berner Oberland on our trip (after my husband saw the Rick Steve’s episode about Gimmelwald and decided we had to include it on our intinerary!) and it was amazing. We actually stayed at that Mountain Hostel where you saw the gnome and we’d absolutely love to get back to the Swiss Alps someday.

Sounds like you are enjoying married life, best wishes to you! xoxo

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rachel July 10, 2013 at 8:21 am

how gorgeous! i’ve been reading and watching rick steves for 2 years now trying to save and plan an amazing trip. so glad to see that his picks do not disappoint!

you are incredibly lucky to have got to spend such an amazing honeymoon with your best friend!

to many more adventures in life and in travel together!

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Jaren @ Kiwi Fit Blog July 10, 2013 at 8:35 am

Never thought of somewhere like Switzerland as a honey moon spot!
Absolutely gorgeous view!

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Caroline L. July 10, 2013 at 8:49 am

I was smiling throughout this entire post! Everything was so lovely – from those heartstopping photos of the mountains (that balcony view!!!!), to all of your adventures and cute pictures, and of course, the way you talked about your new husband. I think this is one of the sweetest (literally too, with all that chocolate!) honeymoons I’ve ever read a blog post about!

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Christine Monson July 10, 2013 at 8:53 am

The pictures are beautiful. I especially love the food and mountain pics and the one of you drinking from the tree. . =D

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Padma July 10, 2013 at 8:58 am

Seriously stunning photography. Those alps are beautiful; You’ve definitely made me want to go there. The pictures of the goat and the donkey for some odd reason reminded of the Heidi. I don’t know why. Maybe it’s the setting. Anyway, thanks for sharing!

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Lauren July 11, 2013 at 9:24 am

I had the same Heidi thought also! Hahaha! First when I saw Jenna’s pigtails and then the photo of Bessie the donkey. Too funny!

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Robyn Stone | Add a Pinch July 10, 2013 at 9:07 am

Switzerland is beautiful and a place made for memories!!! Your pictures are breathtaking!!!

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lisa July 10, 2013 at 9:33 am

Your photos are absolutely breathtaking! My husband and I have recently been talking about taking a trip to Switzerland for our 5 year anniversary (coming up in about a year and a half!). I will definitely be referring back to these posts if we are able to go. You are 100% right about marriage. It is hard, but so, so sweet to love and be loved by your best friend! Congratulations!

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lisa July 10, 2013 at 9:34 am

PS: Thank you for sharing your life with us. I always look forward to your posts and am so glad you were able to take time away for your wedding and honeymoon, but am also so glad you are back to posting!

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joelle (on a pink typewriter) July 10, 2013 at 10:00 am

I love your last couple of paragraphs in this post.. just lovely and, in an odd way, makes me look forward to what might lay ahead in my own future.

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Brianna July 10, 2013 at 10:12 am

The photos of the mountains are absolutely breathtaking!

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Lisa July 10, 2013 at 11:03 am

Such a beautiful trip to start your life together! Love all the photos. You are so great at creating recipes, I bet you could come up with a good approximation of the Bircher muesli! Congratulations and best wishes!

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Eliza July 10, 2013 at 11:34 am

Do you wax your eyebrows or what? they look perfect
pretty pics too! :)

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Suzanne de Cornelia July 10, 2013 at 11:49 am

Want to go there now. Perfection. Love the freshness, seeing far, hiking and pure water. Also love your hair w/ the terrific cut and texture on that black top!

My son & The GF are on the Normandy coast this week. I emailed him this hotel link. He wants to move to Lac Annecy in the French Alps but also loves Switzerland.

What a PERFECT wedding trip!!

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Kim July 10, 2013 at 12:02 pm

Switzerland looks AMAZING! Awesome job on scoring a honeymoon perk/upgrade! My husband and I were only able to score one of those (bottle of wine and a cheese & meat board) at the tail end of our trip in Lima before making our way back to Dallas, but heck, we took what we could get!

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Ella July 10, 2013 at 12:56 pm

My parents love Rick Steves, they used to have his books and watch his shows. Makes me laugh that you are into him :) But we did tons of awesome amazing traveling when I was growing up – I was very lucky – and I’m sure I have him to thank! I used Lonely Planet and other books designed for travelers on the cheap in my college/mid-20′s, but now that the hubs and I are getting “older” (30 this month heheh) and have 1 kiddo + 1 on the way, we are right in the Rick Steves demographic! Whenever we get to travel again for more than just a weekend, I’ll have to turn to some of his books. I keep saying for our 15 year anniversary (in 8 years! ha!) we will do a big Europe trip again!

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Kevie July 10, 2013 at 1:39 pm

Oh my gosh! The mountains are BEAUTIFUL!!! My fiance and I are planning a trip to Europe in the next few years, and I think we need to add Switzerland to our list.

Can you tell me where your blue jacket is from? I love the color and style :)

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Kelly Mitchem July 10, 2013 at 2:08 pm

All of the pictures of your honeymoon have been so amazing! I will have to check out some books by Rick Steves since you have spoken so highly of him!

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Kristen @ notsodomesticated July 10, 2013 at 2:15 pm

I am loving all of these honeymoon recaps! Your pictures are absolutely stunning!

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Koritt July 10, 2013 at 4:07 pm

Beautiful photos. I’ve always wanted to go to Switzerland and now I want to go even more.

Also, I totally agree with you about Rick Steves. I picked up one of his books as I waited to board a flight to Spain and ended up eating the most incredible meal I’ve had while in Madrid. After that meal, I kept going back to the book to figure out things to do and what to eat. Best airport book buy I’ve made.

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maria@the_brooklyn_fig July 10, 2013 at 4:23 pm

Which book in particular would you recommend by Rick Steves? I’m definitely intrigued! Looks like you had an amazing time- can’t wait to see your wedding pics :)

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Emma July 10, 2013 at 5:33 pm

I’m pretty sure that ‘Fritz’ is a girl (note the udder under the belly); of course I have an advantage, I milk goat’s twice a day! Your pictures are magnificent and truly makes one want to follow where you guys, (and Steve), have wandered.

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Luv What You Do July 10, 2013 at 8:20 pm

I love how predictable guys can be with their alma maters : )
I am digging all of your honeymoon photos…keep ‘em coming!

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AnneW July 10, 2013 at 9:54 pm

I love that you and Adam did the European extravaganza thing! My fiance and I are going to 6 countries in Europe for our honeymoon in September, and people look at us like we’re crazy for not just going to sit on the beach somewhere!
Love all your recaps!

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Kelly July 10, 2013 at 10:18 pm

Here in Switzerland, we call the cheese crispies “flutes” or “grissini”.

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Katharine July 10, 2013 at 10:20 pm

Thanks so much for sharing your honeymoon details – looks like an amazing trip!!! My husband and I absolutely LOVE Rick Steves!!!! We have spent months traveling through Europe and followed his tips to a t. Best guide books ever!!

Can’t wait to see your wedding pictures!!!! Thanks again for sharing.

Congrats to you and Adam =)

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Karen July 11, 2013 at 4:33 am

Thoroughly enjoyed this narrative and accompanying scenic photos of Switzerland! Breathtaking and inspiring! Thanks for the tip re. your BF’s travel books…must check out myself.

So happy to hear of your contentment, Jenna. Here’s to continuing your beautiful love story…

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Nicole July 11, 2013 at 5:56 am

Reading through this post reminded me how much I love Switzerland, the remote cities, clean cool air, the food, everything, I need to go back!!!

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Steven July 11, 2013 at 8:29 am

I get to go to Switzerland a lot as my wife is Swiss, from Thun. I just love the place what ever the time of year. Lakes, mountains, culture, snow, it has everything. Only a month to go and back there again!

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Lauren July 11, 2013 at 9:30 am

Loved your honeymoon photos and recap, Jenna! Another poster said you gave her wanderlust and I definitely agree. Cheers to a long & happy married life!

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Dani July 11, 2013 at 10:20 am

Wow! Amazing! You are so blessed and so lovely! I wish you much happiness in your marriage. In my next life, I vote to come back you :) I am sitting here at my desk, on a short lunch break and eating soup out of a can…how did this happen? All I keep telling myself is to remember Jeremiah 29:11!

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Rosie July 11, 2013 at 11:38 am

This is so wonderful! I was near here (in Wengen) almost a year ago on my honeymoon and these pictures and your description captures Switzerland so beautifully! I completely agree about Zurich also, I just wanted to stay there for so much longer than we had planned! Thanks so much for sharing this :)

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Holly July 11, 2013 at 12:50 pm

I would love to go hiking in Switzerland! I was near Zurich a few years back and it was absolutely beautiful. I’d love to go back!

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Chrissy July 11, 2013 at 2:37 pm

We stayed at that hotel in Gimmewald! Such a breathtakingly amazing and beautiful place to visit. Even if it took like 4 trains and a gondola to get there. So worth it!

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Laurel July 11, 2013 at 3:20 pm

What a beautiful place! My husband and I like to travel too. Although it may inhibit your travels a bit when you have children, don’t give up on it! We have an 8 month old whom we’ve taken on several adventures. It may change your itinerary a bit but it doesn’t hurt to instill a bit of wanderlust at a young age! :)

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elizabeth July 11, 2013 at 5:11 pm

Switzerland has to be one of the most beautiful places on earth. You captured it so well on film, I am in awe. Looks absolutely stunning!

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kristina July 12, 2013 at 6:12 am

I couldn’t agree more about marriage to your best friend! It’s the only way to go- I’ve been blissfully married to my best friend and now hubby for 20 months. 8)

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Lisa July 12, 2013 at 10:10 am

This post brought me to (happy) tears — my husband and I stayed in Murren 3 years ago and it was absolutely amazing…ohhh I want to go back!! And, I believe I have a picture of myself in the exact spot Adam is in with his arms open wide…

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Kristen July 13, 2013 at 9:12 am

I LOVE these pictures! My husband and I stayed at the Mountain Hostel when we went to Europe right after college graduation (just dating at the time, but we got engaged a few months later). Rick Steves is my favorite – the town where he lives is about 30 minutes from my house, so we go to his store when we are planning our trips. Now I want to go back to Gimmelwald!

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Lisa July 14, 2013 at 1:52 pm

I loved reading all about your honeymoon, the pictures were amazing! I almost felt like I had visited myself. Love your blog :)

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Nina July 16, 2013 at 5:26 am

Being Swiss, it is great to hear how much you enjoyed your honeymoon here and it is also good to hear how beautiful Switzerland is to people from elsewhere, to me it is just “normal”. Also, I had to smile when I read “Grimmelwald”, it is actually Grindelwald but never mind I understood you perfectly :)
What a good comparison between Switzerland and South Carolina, I haven`t been to the States yet but I am aware that we must have a completely different understanding of “distances”.
That picture of you with the champagne looks really beautiful and elegant and you seem very comfortable and relaxed.
Many greetings from Switzerland

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Kim July 16, 2013 at 7:31 am

Yup, yup, we Aggies are everywhere. It’s a good thing ;)

Also, Switzerland is just gorgeous. I went to Lucern in high school and could.not.get.over the gorgeous blue water of the lake and the swans. Your pictures have reminded me of how much I loved it. Perhaps my soon-to-be husband and I can use some of y’all’s recommendations in the future!

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Britt July 19, 2013 at 10:06 am

I love everything about Murren and Gimmelwald!! A lady in Gimmelwald actually invited us in for tea and Christmas cake because we were cold. I love everything about the Bernese Oberland, what an incredible honeymoon!

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Katie August 13, 2013 at 4:26 am

Ok – gorg pics but I am DYING to know where that blue coat is from?!?

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