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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 ...
Being back home in Lungern, we revealed in the absolutely amazing weather that we were greeted with.
Some days I can enjoy it just by sitting back and taking it all in. Today was such a day. I loved the heat on my back, the sun on my face, the cool water over my body as I dove into the lake for my morning swim, the laughter of the kids as they raced around with their new found toys, Tony's happiness at finding water craft toys of his ...
... really see how much of a nanny state Australia is compared to Europe who seem more inclined to trust people to do the right things (you can buy alcohol from service stations!) and don't seem to have the need to regulate behaviour as much as we seem to want to. It's a refreshing change. We got to Heidelberg at about lunch and had a chance to have a stroll around the streets, although it was very hot, 36 degrees, so not too pleasant due to the heat. Heidelberg is ...
Some locals told me that Lucerne was their favorite city in Switzerland. I can definitely see why. We arrived on the 7th, and while it was pouring, we still got to enjoy walking around the old town and hanging out on the bridges.
On the morning of the 8th, we went hiking up Mount Pilatus! It was super foggy, but a good workout nonetheless.
It was a strange (but amazing) way to spend my 21st birthday. Loving life.
... had a really nice Italian meal next to the river that night which involved the huge bowl of pasta we should have eaten the night before in preparation for our hike. The next day we did a walking tour and then walked the length of the Lucerne river where all the beautiful old hotels are. I wanted to be one of the orange women sitting on the patios sipping white wine. But my ice cream kept me pretty happy. One observation I have made in Europe: they love ice ...