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... for some unknown reason there is a
bucket of coal and a shovel in each cubicle. We have no idea what that is for
but as someone put it "its there to shovel s--it"!!!
Here in the workshops were a number of steam and one diesel locomotives.
The steam locos ranged from original ones which were now over 100 years old
right up to the most modern steam locos on the planet. The old ones were of
course coal fired but these extremely new models which were built in ...
... how expensive Switzerland is and became extremely glad I am only spending 5 days here. It will be bread and jam for awhile here!! I walked back to the hostel and met one of my hostel roommates Stephon who is hiking through Europe for 6 months and is 2 months into it. This week, he climbed 3 mountains! We chatted and decided to head to the public viewing of the World Cup. Swiss plays France tonight and I am torn!! The Swiss lost by a lot and only made some garbage time ...
It seems like each day brings new, unexpected experiences.
We day tripped from Interlaken to Lucerne and spent the first half of the afternoon cruising on Lake Lucerne on a beautiful 113 year old steam powered lake excursion boat.
Die Zentralbahn operates the train between Interlaken and Lucerne and the trip is considered one of the best scenic rides in Europe. Click on the Die Zentralbahn link ...
... when planning my trip was the Gotthard Road tunnel. Truly an engineering feat, the tunnel is over 10 miles long under the mountain. Due to the risk of accident, fire and carbon monoxide poisoning, cars are permitted to enter in small groups. What this translates to is long waits in heavy traffic before entering the tunnel. However, the wait was worth it. The Alps were fabulous and ...
... so they said. I just kept looking back up the mountain, chicken I know. Interesting legend was that it it called Mt Pilatus because Pilate had come o that area after Christ was crucified because he was so distraught by what he had allowed to happen and he went into a time of solitude and eventually he jumped off he mountain. This is how it got its name. Other legends too about dragons and a small boy ho is covered they were really very friendly. Lots of stories like that with everywhere we ...