Bad Ramsach Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... to take some great pictures. After awhile we boarded another cog railroad and descended to another resort town, Grindelwald. Our bus then took us back to Lucerne. We then shared Farewell drinks with our group. Tomorrow we will leave our hotel at 7:30 and we will be driven to the Zurich Airport. Our flight is scheduled for noon. There is a 6 hour time difference so we are due at JFK at ...
This morning we woke to rain and very low cloud and thought our day up in the mountains on the Pilates. It is the worlds steepest cog wheel railway 48% gradience, takes 35 mins and then we got the aerial cableway and the aerial gondolas which take 45 mins. When we got on the bus the cloud and rain disappeared and had a really good morning, what a view, but like most beautiful things the camera can't do justice. We were ...
... coach through more of Germany to Heidelberg. What struck me about this part of Germany was that whilst it is very scenic they seem to have no issue with erecting wind towers of which we saw many, even in somewhat scenic areas (not along the river). Makes me wonder even more that many of us in Oz still haven't accepted these clean energy producing structures even in areas that aren't scenic, to my mind the towers look quite elegant. And just on another ...
... thing that we have ever done. Once we got to the top we had free time to explore. It was absolutely magic very sunny and snow everwhere. We climbed the stairs to the peak. Then we went into the case and tunnels. Icicles hanging from the ceilings. We took heaps of photos. There is a hotel up there and we could see people tracking across the snow way below. Two Swiss men came across the mountain and played some ...
... adventurous spirit attracting between 250 and 300 teams who enter the rally annually. Most teams have between 2-4 people.
After 3 to 5 weeks some teams will have reached Ulan Bator. A series of weekly PARTIES will greet the arrivals. In 2013 the noteworthy date will be Aug 09 for the week 4 Finish Line Party. Luckily Joelle and me will be in Ulan Bator the next ...