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We decided to have a relaxed day so the morning was spent relaxing in bed and the girls catching up on their Journals. At 12 pm ish we headed into town to check out the Monastery cheese making building. It was a small shop with a man in a large fish tank. Making cheese. The monks had done this in past and they traded their cheese with the Italians. We ...
• sad to leave hopfgarden, but on to the swiss alps! • pretty short drive day • arrived in englebert then had to get a gondola up the mountain to our hotel • stayed at Berghotel which was halfway up Mount Titlis with a little lake nearby • some construction around took away from the atmosphere a little but it was still amazing - beautiful views and not too cold • checked into our room then went ...
... It was the best 10 frank that we've spent on the trip thus far as they continually paid themselves off during the day. It was finally time to head up the mountain. The whole tour group had a buzz with the thought of going up the 3020 metres above sea level. The trip up in the cable car was picturesque what was especially appealing was looking down upon the mountains and seeing the animal tracks headed in all different directions. We didn't see any animals, but we knew they ...
... of you that don't know the monument was built between 1820-1821 to pay respect to the 800 or so swiss men who lost their lives defending and protecting King Louis XVI and his family during the French revolution. I don't have enough words to describe the pain and sorrow depicted on the lions face, for a stone carving it is pretty incredible.
After this we took the optional extra of a traditional swiss fondue lunch. The cheese ...
... clapped him when he got on board (for being late or for being awesome - who knows!) and Xenia just laughed. We spent the rest of our afternoon shopping in Lucerne for a watch and an army knife for Dean. The whole thing was made much more difficult and unnecessarily unpleasant by the swarms of Asians and no offence, smelly Indians. Sad but true. They are just so rude and pushy! I think they feign ignorance in order to try to do whatever they want regardless of anyone ...