Hotel Rigi Kaltbad
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... there were any other non-mountainous activities in Interlaken, and spoke to an extremely jaded and over it "guide" who basically told us, go up the mountain or don't, here's a brochure, make your own mind up. I can understand her frustration at having to deal with idiot tourists all day who do absolutely no research before coming to her town, but it is her job to assist (I think). We wandered up the Main Street to wait for the clouds to clear and find ...
... beautiful place there are mountains all around and the campsite is situated right next to a lake again and also a nature reserve. After setting up camp we headed round a boarded walkway through loads of reeds with birds etc n then down to the small 'beach' area by the lake. Woohoo another diving board and a platform to swim out to!
After a cool off and some lunch we hopped back to Luzern to check out the town a little better.
Wow, it is beautiful. Typically ...
... Gma decide to board the train early along the path and my Gpa and I decide to keep walking. Two hours later, we are running towards a little train stop, before the train takes off and we are stuck..again. We ended up walking for almost 4 hours and finally caught up to the train. I basically jump on all hot, sweaty and red in the face, and end up falling asleep right there in the chair. I wake up at the end of the line.
... we had to spend them.
In Luzern we went to a masterpiece that was very sad. It was called the dying lion that was carved into stone on a wall above some water. The writing was very ancient and it was made in 1736. The lion has been pierced with a spear and he has a very sad look on his face. I have included a photo.
I saw heaps of Swiss army knives for sale and one called ...
... Lake Lucerne, and the Alps. Upon our descent, we meandered to an ancient carving of a Lion in the clutches of death that was sculpted to commemorate fallen Swiss soldiers defending France. Mark Twain once said that it was one of the most emotional pieces of rock he’s ever witnessed. I must agree, the lion’s face seems to be begging for the victory of his soldiers before it surrenders to ...