Bellevue Am See
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... hand in Wyatt's and grabbing trees and railings to keep us upright, we made it down. Later I found a nice staircase to the same destination. Corbin spotted the small scale low to the ground zip line and rode it over and over. Amelia climbed everything in sight no matter how tall or difficult. Wyatt found a three headed dragon made out of huge tree trunks and was happy to climb there the entire time. Of course he fed the three heads imaginary food and brushed ...
... where that came from. Moving on to the part where we walked to a little lake in the forest where we could feed the ducks. We start to feed the ducks, then we see fish, then we give them bread too. Then the fish started getting aggressive to the ducks pushing them away from the bread. There were so many, and this next part I know you won't believe me, but I have witnesses. The fish started to slap the ducks with their fins! The ducks hastily retreated and all of us were left gaping ...
... rude comments to the tour bus people. I dunno, he was quite amusing, had absolutely no filter
- The moment when Hibo made me realize that floor I was standing on at the panoramic viewpoint was a mesh floor, with a view of the mountain drop. Left me fearful and praying the entire time.
Fantastic Journey in Switzerland to the Alps...worth the total 8hr ...
I wake up, pack and head to the Geneva Gare Cornavin train station ready to leave by 9.00am for a 2 hour and 42 minute train ride to Zurich. I'm on the train now and reading all about Zurich,Switzerland. Zurich lies on the river Limmat where it flows out of Lake Zurich and it is the biggest town in Switzerland. The city is a cultural mecca, and is the most desirable cities in the world to live in.Today it has many museums, ...
... on being 18km long), with the temperature dropping
down to -1 degree, we find ourselves driving along the edge of a large
lake, Schwyz Luzern, leading to our destination, Hotel Balm in Meggen,
an outer district of Lucerne.
The hotel is one of thebest we have stayed in. Modern, comfortable and a view out of the
window to the lake and mountains. we were served lunch in the Bistro by a
waiter who turned out to be ...