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Fortunately a few of the more respectable guides and other like-minded people tried to maintain some form of queue-ing decorum and we finally went through the three stages of rides to get to the top of Mt Titliss in a little over an hour. The stages three stages were:
i) First level - a chairlift holding 6 persons;
ii) Second level – cable car which held about 55 persons;
iii) Final level – a 5 minute ...
... where Jesse and John awaited. Two minutes to make the train was impossible as we put the bikes on a train with our helmets. A local gentleman saw us heading in the wrong direction and guided us back the other way. Missing the train gave us time for another ice cream and a much needed rest. I know my ****** needed a rest...if we do this again I am bringing my own cushioned bicycle seat!
We walked across the beautiful bridge one more time for ...
... something, e.g. fondue bourgignonne (bits of beef filet fried in a pot of oil), fondue chinoise (thin slices of meat or other things cooked in a pot of broth) etc. And chocolate fondue isn’t really popular in Switzerland though it may be served at touristy restaurants here but is not a normal Swiss home meal.
T's absolutely horrified expressions when he sees a fondue that is other than cheese is quite hilarious.
... Zurich so we enjoyed swimming and relaxing with the locals.
We also caught up with our friend Nadya spending the day exploring the old town, climbing the stairs of the Grossmunster Church to admire the views over Zurich, sampling some of the best sausages in town at the Sternen Grill a Zurich institution.
Our last day we made ...
... was perfect, as sunshine and warmth, turned into cold and rain the next day. The Alhambra is definitely something to behold and just the sheer historical significance is mind boggling on it's own, much less the gardens, architecture and engineering feats it took to build it, plus its massive size. Beware though, it is the definition of a tourist destination. I was battling people from all over the world for the perfect picture pretty much the entire time I was there. The ...