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Onwards and upwards we go and the diesel locomotive at the rear is making
some noise as it strains to keep this train on the move up these very steep
Finally we enter into a tunnel which is simply just dug out of the rock and
has no lining as such. While heading through this tunnel we soon work out what
these cave like tunnels were that we seen earlier from down below and it turns
out they are simply holes cut into the edge of ...
... in total. I even managed to hide all sorts of "good stuff" inside before the reward of a few crepes with heavenly swiss chocolate melted inside.
Satiated and decidedly full, we all headed to bed. I am pretty sure we had to roll Talia up the stairs. But then, the most amazing thing happened, with such a full and happy belly…the kids slept until 8 am the next day!
I am so getting me a 'Crepes Party"!!!
... we started in Lucerne. By the time we got back to the apartment we had used eight different kinds of transportation: walking, tram, train, boat, cog, gondola, bobsled, and bus.
Today's countables: Lake Lucerne, Cog railway, Mt. Pilatus, Alpine slide, Lucerne bridge (Kapelbrucke)
Day 6 attraction count: 5
Full trip count: 21
... a watch in Switzerland! Due to the location of the hotel we were restricted to staying in the hotel that night, trivia night it was!
My team ended up coming second and even though we were in teams against each other it was a good bonding experience!
The team names were a talking point in themselves:
My couch pulls out, I don't
Perth b*tches (there are a lot of people from Perth and even 3 from ...
... last train, with an older couple, called Helga and Hans (I thought they were joking, love it when a stereotype comes true). Not the best set up in this place, en suit rooms which I haven't had yet which is different, but it feels very much like 'fend for yourself'. Managed to find an atm, seeing as my Swiss francs don't work here, it's now onto the euro. The lake is actually on my doorstep, I walk less than 10 paces from the kitchen and I can dangle my feet in the lake ...