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Travel Blogs from Brunnen
Woke up to sun but a much cooler temperature than we have been having...my tootsies were freezing...only problem is that when we left the UK I hadn't thought about coming back at the end of September when it would probably be cooler, and I only took my flip flops!... You still wearing yours chicken? Left this lovely site and set off towards Ottenbach, our second stop in Switzerland. Haven't got to travel too far today. To get ...
... like basically to the ground). I was threatening to rain but it held off. The waterfalls were really nice. There is a glacial river which takes water from the eiger, jungfrau and monach mountains which are the three biggest in the area. Consequently 20 000 litres of water per second pass through the caves which are a series of massive waterfalls. 10 to be exact. I got a lift thing to the top ...
... to end our trip at the top. To then board a hair raising gondola down the cliff face to the bottom. What an awesome day, well worth € 97 each. We ended the afternoon with a picnic of Swiss pastries and wine overlooking the Chapel bridge Soaking in some of the wonderful Swiss sunshine. Off to Rome via the Gotthard Pass.. Another breathtaking sight. What a beautiful country xoxo Until next blog..... ...
... br> As we passed through some of the stops on the way up, little Alpine villages, we didn’t have a great view due to cloud cover. We passed through long tunnels as we crossed through the center of mountains, including the infamous Eiger. Near the top, there were two 5-minute stops inside the mountain where holes have been cut to allow us to look out of the slope face. This allows train riders to exit the train and take photos of the view from ...
... visited the area of the town, which was pretty cool!
In the afternoon we went into the town of Lucerne which is a beautiful old town with high city walls and ramparts, towers, and old churches. We spent the afternoon exploring the old town, there was a quaint covered bridge which provided a path right across the lake. There were lots of tourists, but we managed to escape them a bit by finding a ...
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Axenstrasse 2, Brunnen | 3 star hotelfrom $132
Axenstrasse 1, Brunnen | Hotelfrom $71