Brienzersee - Casagrande Holiday
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Swiss Rail Adventure 5-09-14
Today after a rather short nights sleep we all met for breakfast at 07h45
then slowly made our way to Wengen station to catch our train.
Wengen is a small town situated right on the edge of a massive cliff and is
only accessible by train and cable car and so other than a few small industrial
carts the streets are virtually vehicle free.
While exploring this area aboard my motorcycle I have often seen this town
from the tops of ...
“YAY MAMA!!!!” Avaia had had a great sleep the night before
“WHAT Mama?!?!?! I don’t WANT to sit in Bob!! And my Legs are tired…I don’t want to go up to the train…!” Talia hadn’t slept so well….
“Ok…5 gummies each”
“6 gummies Mama…and I want my ipod on the train” ….huh…? In those 2 seconds, I ...
... at one of our stops just before we got into Luzern, it equated to about $20 for a standard burger meal! I'm still not convinced that this bus tour thing is really my thing but I am looking forward to seeing more of the sights of Europe. Tomorrow will bring a cruise around Lake Luzern and what I'm really looking forward to is a trip up Mount Titlis, I can't wait to go up into the alps, let's hope the weather is fine and Amy's head cold clears. Until ...
... animals! After a small train trip and following the painted bear paws on the road we were at the wild life park and it was much much colder than Lucerne! The park was called Teri. Snow was everywhere!! Everywhere! We paid, went in, and started to take thousands of photos! The wild life park was amazing!!!! We took bread from breakfast and bought some deer feed and went around the zoo feeding goats, deers and rabbits!!! We had the time of our life! ...
... main tourist fixture, but also the oldest wooden bridge in Europe) and just have one last general stroll through the town in the early evening. It was quite nice. Dad was scoping out the watches as he had promised himself he would get one for his birthday. There were plenty of choices for watches - being basically every second shop we passed but it was more targeted at the multimillionaires of this world. In the end he found one he quite liked within a price range that wasn't ...