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.
... 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 ...
Espresso martini before bed, doesn't make Sheila a sleepy head, but rather is the catalyst for Beaver being wide awake at 4.20 am! Because she was bored she accidentally woke Slug and so , as a result the day started very early. We caught the tube in to the city before most of the London workforce, to take in a whistle stop tour of all the main sights of London. It was a freezing cold day with bitterly cold wind, but we made a fair fist of it.First stop Tower of London, Tower ...
... town squares and churches. The Jesuit church dating from the 17th century is regarded as Switzerland’s first sacral Baroque building and the twin towers of the Hofkirche form an integral part of the townscape. The figure of a dying lion which was hewn from the face of rock in remembrance of the heroic death of Swiss guards killed during an attack on the Tuileries in 1792 is one of the best-known monuments in Switzerland. And with its ...
... as the “The saddest and most moving piece of rock in the world”. Constructed in 1972 to commemorate the heroic deaths of Swiss mercenaries at the Tuileries Palace in Paris in 1792, the 'Lion Monument’ or ‘Dying Lion of Lucerne’ is one of the most beautiful and unique testimonials in the world, carved out of the natural rock of a small hillside. Overlooking a small pond, the lion appears to be dying from a ...