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... tunnels to pass, if Switzerland was attacked they could destroy all entries to the country in 15 minutes. Thunderstorms raged over the peaks as we climbed to Engelberg and our hotel. Some amazing beer yet again with a hearty soup and venison for dinner. Ice cream and chocolate for dessert. When I sort some free wifi tomorrow I will post some pics from my last few ...
... we went inside and got some lunch and caught the gondolas home.
Today we are going to Lucerne. When we got there we went to the Dying Lion of Lucerne Monument. Looking at its' sad face made me feel its' pain. It was built as a memorial for the fallen Swiss soldiers. After that we went to the old Chapel bridge of Lucerne. Then we went into Bucherer, a watch shop. After that we went into a souvenir shop, then we left Lucerne.
... down at the base station in Engelberg, where we farewelled our guide Susanne & caught the train back to Lucerne.
Took advantage of some free time to walk around this beautiful town. Despite the inclement weather, walked along the waterfront & caught the funicular up to the Montana - fabulous art deco hotel with great view over the lake, just a bit too far out of town to stay.
Back in town I visited the ...
... and we decided to head into the Tschuggen area as it has trees, so we headed down the Arven run with JJ and I trying the speed slope. The times were much slower due to the standing snow on the run. Even so we both exceeded 80 km/h. We headed up the Honegg and over to the Tschuggen runs, which we did three times as it was much better light and the runs were quiet and in great shape. Then it was time to head back for lunch.
We all settled on a ...
... were 2300 metres up in the air. We also took a walk around the town and saw the statue of the dying lion which was carved into a big rock a very long time ago. We also saw the seven towers that protected the city hundreds of years ago one of them was a bell tower and it was 12 oclock when we were in it and it rang 12 times it was very ...