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Today is : Wednesday October 8, 2014 The Weather was : Foggy and cold in the am, cloudy and then sunny in the afternoon. 18 Today’s main activities were : Travel to Lucerne and Mt Pilatus Not a very promising morning as it had been raining most of the night and Fribourg was shrouded in fog as it often this time of year. 6am weather forecasts …
... get your name engraved on it too, and yes it's FREE - the universal word that everyone understands!". #4 - Train ride up Mount Pilatus We moved along to our next tour (thankfully this was not a walking tour), where our guide was a lovely lady named Monika. She took us up Mount Pilatus - a huge mountain in Lucerne Switzerland also known as Mount Dragon. We got to the top by riding the world's steepest cogwheel train. Very cool :) It's a 30min ride to the top as the ...
... and I spotted a little Italian restaurant on the river where we enjoyed a delicious dinner of risotto ( best I've ever had) and pasta. We wandered through the city before returning to the hotel for bed. The next morning we were up early for our carriage and countryside experience. Lucky for us, the sun was shining and there was no sign of rain. This was one of my all time favourites as we were taken by horse drawn carriages through beautiful green pastures, apple orchards ...
... were fantastic. After spending some time at the summit we commenced our descent. At the second stop down Diana and Olivia got off and took the cable car down. Emma and I stayed on the cog wheel railway. By this time Emma was virtually hanging out the windows, her fear completely gone. I saw some bulls with huge horns, however it was quickly pointed out to me they had udders. How stupid am I. ...
... Trains keep passing me on the line to Wengen and I just kept saying
to myself "why the hell did I not take the train"!!
After a mighty hard struggle up the edge of this muddy mountain I finally
reach the edge of the town of Wengen. Its still a long way to the main town and
my body is now beginning to give up on me. We are quite high up here and I think
this altitude is taking its toll on me. I can feel every beat of my heart
through my ...