Buergenstock Resort Lake Lucerne
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... of water which forms the main attraction. It is much the same here except here there is an old wooden walkway/bridge which partially burnt down a few hundreds of years ago causing many original paintings that were displayed on the roof to be destroyed. It is from here that we took the world steepest cogwheel rail to the top ofMount Pilatus. Unfortunately I had a cold, so going up a mountain probably wasn't the best idea, but YOLO! Once we arrived we immediately broke away from ...
... us kids went kayaking. We played a game called evolution in which after winning a certain amount of rock-paper-scissors shoot games (all while in our kayaks) we got to splash people! After that we kayaked to a pretty spot on Lake Brienz to play tag. When we we're done we had a few challenges that involved climbing over kayaks, Eskimo kissing your kayak, and holding on very tightly to the kayaks on your sides. It was a great day and every kid enjoyed it! ...
... place is in the Summer, but even allowing for that, it was slow progress as we kept stopping for photos. We think we did about 30km in just over two hours. When we come back next year, we're already thinking about passing this way, or something very similar, so we can get the full experience.
Eventually, we had to pick up the speed, but still sticking to the main roads, instead of the motorways, and pulled in at a bar in a nondescript village, for something to ...
... at home. Though it would seem so funny that as a physio I am speaking of something that would seem so obvious, it is the lifestyle that I speak of and not just the separate building blocs that are important. It's a re-evaluation as to how and what choices we make every day to live our lives to the fullest - to be able to continue growing and exploring our world for as long as we can.
I am so grateful to all the comments that ...
... panoramic view much like simulated flights you see at Disney...only better! The highlight might have been "The Ice Palace." They have actually carved a 14 minute walking tour through the heart of a glacier. It's beautiful and fun...and cold!
We bought a few postcards and headed back down the mountain on another train. Along the way we saw (and snickered a little bit, maybe) at the throngs of people jamming the ...