Bad Ramsach Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
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- Swimming pool
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Tuesday, October 28, 2014 Lucerne • Kleine Scheidegg excursion After breakfast, we departed on an excursion to visit the Swiss Alps. It was a perfect day!!! Sunny clear skies are not the norm this time of year and we had it! Usually the mountains are cloud covered, today we could see them clearly when we left Lucerne. Our motor coach made several beautiful stops for photo ops before ...
... get a wet bottom when I came off. It was bad enough walking around in my boots , which were the only closed shoes I bought with me, as they are smooth soles and very slippery. Saved by Brad a couple of times. Back up the ice flyer for a look through the glacier cave. Wonderful but cold. Then a bit of souvenir shopping - Brad bought a cow mug which was very funny. Then time for the 4pm meeting time to go back down. We went down a bit was ...
... scenery on the way up and while at the top. While at the top we also took a trip on the ice flyer which added to our experience of the alps. We also wandered through the glacier cave which is a 150 metre long corridor which takes you 20 metres below the surface of the glacier. It was very cold in there. What did surprise me was the temperature outside at the top of the mountain was actually quite pleasant and I had no need to throw anything warmer on than my t-shirt ...
... is incredible and really evokes emotion in a person who looks at it. It's very detailed and you actually feel sorry for the lion. We found some great gift shops which were filled with amazing Swiss clocks. Danny and I want one for the house! Some are so detailed and look amazing. The streets of lucerne are really lovely and there is left over snow on the sidewalks from a few days ago. There are mountains really close which feel very big and they look ...
... kms long. I was getting a bit spooked at the thought of being stuck in there, with accidents etc., but we noticed exits and Sasher assured me there would be service tunnels!
Initially, it was mountains with green pastures going up very high, then rolling green fields. We had to stop at a petrol station just over the border to buy a vignette (road tax) for Cesare for our time in Switzerland. This cost 34,50 euros vs Austrian 8,50 - not sure if that means no more tolls ...