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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 ...
... with a wood stick. I heard Jesse calling from the top that they were closing down the gondola and we had to leave right away. The thought of hiking down that mountain alone with three kids put me in scramble mode. We made it in time to ride vs carry a tired two year old and scrambling cousins down a ski slope. The zippers all had fun with a few bruises resulting from the ropes.
Our reservations that night at an Italian restaurant proved to be a good ...
... next, followed by Big Ben, Houses of Parliament, then came Westminster Abbey, Buckingham Palace, Trafalgar Square, Covent Garden, Piccadilly Circus, Leicester Square and Regent Street. We thought a good way to remember the moment was to take selfies at all of the above attractions and will do this everywhere we go. After the obligatory ride in a London cab to thaw out, we had a wander through some iconic shops such as Liberty of London and Hamley's, until it was time to make ...
... panorama, Lucerne possesses one of the world’s few maintained, mammoth circular paintings. Tradition and modernity stand side-by-side with ease in Lucerne, as the town has also earned a reputation for itself with innovative design. The futuristic Culture and Convention Centre (KKL), designed by leading French architect Jean Nouvel, is one the architectural highlights of the town. The KKL is also a landmark of «Lucerne: Festival City» ...
... in it’s side and the artist having portrayed such an amazingly detailed expression of sadness on the animal’s face, evokes emotion in even those who don’t know it’s story.
If this isn’t enough for you to get off your comfortable office chair, switch off your computer screen and actually take your own picture of preserve your own memory or the real backgrounds of the world, then I don’t know what is. ...