Brienzersee - Casagrande Holiday
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Finally its time to board our train and head up to the summit of this
magnificent railway. Today there are 3 trains out on the line working. Two of
them have steam and one has diesel and unfortunately the one we decided to book
on has a noisy diesel at its head.
Finally at 11h45 we depart the station. As this is a mountain railway the
locomotive is at the rear of the two coach train and pushes its load up the very
steep 1 in 4 grade to the top.
... the Chariot Strollers. This trail was advertised as not being suitable for strollers. I have now come to understand that one needs to heed this type of trail advice as …they are usually right! But for Richard - mountain man that he is, it was no problem! The double chariot bounced, heaved and cradled their gorgeous kids down the trail with absolute ease (and some tricky maneuvering on Richard's part).
Lilia enthralled us with ...
... Being in the alps was a great experience and one that I will remember for some time. After our trip in the alps we headed back to Lucerne and now have some free time this afternoon. We have just been for a walk around town looking at some of the souvenir shops and also walked over the kapelbrucke (chapel bridge). According to the captain of our cruise in the morning you haven't visited Luzern until you've walked over the bridge, so we had to cross it. Lucerne is ...
This morning we got up early and headed back into Zurich city centre as we wanted to see the lake during the day. We got some pretzels for breaky on the way and the spent some time walking around the lake and taking photos of the beautiful mountain ranges behind it! We then went back to our hotel, packed up and check out and caught a train to the central train station. We were there much earlier then expected so were able to catch the ...
... Three miles in, we finally reached a lookout facing what we guessed to be Lake Sarnen. We continued on and saw the only "wild life" butterflies pollinating the flowers. The path had great signage, so even if we hadn't had the phone, we would have felt comfortable with our directions. There were even a couple of instances where we decided to follow the signs over the phone. We never reached a real summit point or look out. We ...