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... upwards the line twists and turns hugging the cliffs above the
beautiful lake below. The views from up here are simply beautiful and the camera
shutters are going non stop.
Finally we are above the tree line and looking up at the cliffs above we
cannot help but notice a few kind of cave holes in the edge of the cliffs. We
are already about 1000m up above the lake but looking at these cliffs and the
caves above one simply wonders what can possibly be ...
... bit today, and it measured the amount of Kms we covered, I'd say that not only would my little piece of handy dandy technology be showing me the nicest of edelweiss flowers (let's be country specific here shall we..), it would have shown a whole friggin' forest of them!
….that's what happens when you push the 'home' button on the GPS in the car and don't realize it….for a while…….
Today is the day that we ...
... at one of our stops just before we got into Luzern, it equated to about $20 for a standard burger meal! I'm still not convinced that this bus tour thing is really my thing but I am looking forward to seeing more of the sights of Europe. Tomorrow will bring a cruise around Lake Luzern and what I'm really looking forward to is a trip up Mount Titlis, I can't wait to go up into the alps, let's hope the weather is fine and Amy's head cold clears. Until ...
... We went by the lakes of Lungern, Brienz and Thun. We stopped at the small village of Brienz, took some pictures of a very beautiful, colorful street where one of the residents stopped me on the street to tell me where to go for the best sight. This little village is known for its wood carvers. There is actually a school there that teaches the wood carving trade. We stopped at Grindewald to see a very long ...
... lunch. Ollie persuaded me to go to the restaurant under a dodgy looking motel that said "cheapest meal in town". The guy out the front was wearing pants made out of faux cow hide. That, along with the cheapskate sign, should have been enough warning. I won't go into it, but it was horrendous. Yes it was cheap. But you get what you pay for in Switzerland and we paid in lost time and stomach space. After lunch we boarded yet another cable train to go up the ...