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... went to Jungfrau Joch which is the saddle area between 2 peaks After this refreshing experience we walked along the tour through history of building the rail line and then the ice palace! It was more like a series of ice caves but it was very cool....ice floor, walls and roof....and quite slippery. There were a series of ice sculptures for the kids to look at....but it wasn't quite the 'Frozen' ice palace they were hoping for....meanwhile Sarah had managed to befriend a 20 ...
... them it looked as though I had made myself a permanent fixture of the living room décor from the night before.
“Hhmmm…” tsked Christel who has known me for the better part of 20 years. “Up late I see..”
My weary eyes weren’t able to hide the fact that I had only had 3 hours sleep, but my impish grin more that covered up for me. “Nope!...Ok…Maybe!”
Christel and ...
After 3 hours rest/snooze and we hauled up and out at 04:30 (yes, AM!) and heading to Old Town.
Still dark out and drizzling.
As we neared Luzern Bahnhof there were more and more people, many costumed.
Across the bridge (Schweizerhofquai Seebrücke Luzern) toward Old Town and it was packed!
The road was actually closed to vehicles.
People everywhere drinking beer and coffee with schnapps ...
... but with no view which didn't worry the boys at all.
We were then taken up in an ancient lift to the sixth floor where we were allotted a tiny, tiny room that was fairly old fashioned. However we had an equally tiny balcony but it had the most spectacular view of the River Reuss, the Chapel Bridge, the old town and snow covered Mt. Pilatus in the background. It was spectacular. I can have a nice room ...
... and the cost was 26 Swiss francs - and we get about 75 Swiss francs for 1AUD. I purchased some Swiss postage stamps and they too were more expensive that the UK and Germany. We figured out where our meeting place was and met up with the tour director at 1.30pm. We then got on the Insight bus and headed south to Lucerne, it took about an hour. We spent most of the time chatting to a couple of kiwis. Once at the hotel we got our rooms allocated and had three ...