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Swiss Rail Adventure 5-09-14
Today after a rather short nights sleep we all met for breakfast at 07h45
then slowly made our way to Wengen station to catch our train.
Wengen is a small town situated right on the edge of a massive cliff and is
only accessible by train and cable car and so other than a few small industrial
carts the streets are virtually vehicle free.
While exploring this area aboard my motorcycle I have often seen this town
from the tops of ...
... a watch in Switzerland! Due to the location of the hotel we were restricted to staying in the hotel that night, trivia night it was!
My team ended up coming second and even though we were in teams against each other it was a good bonding experience!
The team names were a talking point in themselves:
My couch pulls out, I don't
Perth b*tches (there are a lot of people from Perth and even 3 from ...
... 56 franks well spent. We got the cable train back down and got on the train for the long trip back to Lucerne. Final night was spent with a few drinks and nachos. Perfect. So now we are almost at the end of a 6 hour train trip to Venice. We are almost there. Thank God. There is an Aussie woman near us giving her kids a spelling lesson and it is driving me insane. It's WE'RE going to Venice, not WHERE going to Venice!!! Weather is looking up and I'm ready for an ...
... glass next to the escalators. It reminded us of the game Mousetrap. I could have watched it for a long time, tracking the different mechanisms, and marveling at the engineering, but Chris was in no mood to stick around! So, wary of nearby buses, we went back to the hotel to prepare for an exciting dinner and evening of Swiss folklore. I went into the bathroom to get ready for dinner, while Chris promptly deposited himself on the bed and started to ...
... On the other side of the bridge, we got to the Grindelwald Glacier. We couldn't actually go on the glacier, but we could see it from the marked off area. So the whole climb over there was kind of a disappointment. At least Dad thought that, I was alright with it.
We then went back across the bridge, and back down the billions of steps. Once at the bottom, I noticed another dirt road that led down another way, where there was more ...