Best Western Hotel Rothaus
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... are specially designed trains for this
As this railway is a mixture of mountain sections as well as long flat
level sections these trains are designed to operate at speed and also on a rack
system on the very steep sections.
We were booked a coach for our party at the rear of the train which was a 3
car unit simply attached to the rear of the main train. However some of us
decided to sit in the main train for the simple reason ...
... stop, where we could grab some snacks, use the restrooms and stretch our legs. The laws which govern the bus drivers here, differ than those back home. In Europe, the drivers are required to take a minimum 30 minute break after 2 1/2 hours of driving. We stopped for 45 minutes which will allow us to go a bit further this stretch of the drive in case we run into heavy congestion once again.
Our lunch stop is somewhere in Switzerland, but no actual town name has been announced as ...
... absolutely beautiful city and I will definitely come back.
Following lunch at a food court in a grocery store, we took a boat ride to the base of Mt. Pilatus. From there we rode a cog railway to the peak. Unfortunately we had rain and fog all day so we really couldn't see anything. The locals assured us the view is beautiful and told us we would have to return ...
... We have great pics and videos of spectacular wipeouts, with Corbin starring in this role.
Meanwhile Wyatt began to thaw when we entered the building and on the third floor there was ice cream with a vanilla mango swirl that suited him perfectly. They even had a bar in front of the ice cream choices that he could climb and pick out his favorite. We skipped the shopping floor which is a large room of every watch made in the world at every imaginable ...
... from the Italian side, you pay nothing. But when you enter from the German side you pay! What gives?! We weren't sure if Jose was planning on making a break for it and decided against it when he saw the security on the other side, or if he just smiled when he ran. In any event, I think Mother Nature was sad for us because as soon as we crossed the border it started raining. On we drove, burrowing through tunnel after tunnel, deeper into the Alps. The rain ...