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 fitbit is a tiny piece of technology that tracks the amount of movement you've had in a day. When working in a sedentary job, this can really help to monitor the amountt of physical activity you are doing and possibly challenge you to increase it! I've seen the fitbit with a little flower that grows as you increase your activity and petals that increase in numbers proportionately to the number of steps you take in a day.
If I had been wearing ...
... We got to Luzern at about 7.30pm and were greeted with a thunderstorm which was good relief from the heat today. Luzern looks a nice town and I am looking forward to having a look around tomorrow. It is also obvious that Switzerland is an affluent country given the size and standard of housing we've seen so far from the coach. Although the price of things is the best example to indicate the strength of the economy, some of the people of the tour got ...
... main thought was that we would be able to see in all its glory were the mountain tops of the Eiger, Monch and the Jungfrau (the highest point in Europe). However Mother Nature, as she often does, had other plans for us. The day started gray, turned to sprinkles, to rain, and then to a snow storm at the Kleine Scheidegg! There was no sight of mountaintops to be had! Nevertheless, it was still a glorious day in ...
... there were any other non-mountainous activities in Interlaken, and spoke to an extremely jaded and over it "guide" who basically told us, go up the mountain or don't, here's a brochure, make your own mind up. I can understand her frustration at having to deal with idiot tourists all day who do absolutely no research before coming to her town, but it is her job to assist (I think). We wandered up the Main Street to wait for the clouds to clear and find ...