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... for the three grands. We drove quickly into thick clouds with only small moments of a view. Amelia was beside herself to see and play in that snow. With little proper gear for handling the cold stuff the hotel went into their lost and found bags and came up with varying sizes of gloves. All three small hands managed to make a snowball with loose fingers dangling off the ends. Corbin ...
... 3 sales women immediately zeroed right in on T to ask if there was something they could help with. I thought "Wow, what excellent service!" By this time I had decided the PJs were no go so he said thank you and we exited.
They looked very relieved. Very. And rather shocked. Turns out that men would not normally go into a shop like this so T going in freaked them out.
I suppose if you were a man and ...
... lake and a naughty swan took Aidens bread roll from Bachman's (sandwich shop) from his hand. The swan bit his finger and was bleeding. What a naughty swan!
After Lucerne we went to Hohle Gasse. This is where Wilhelm Tell shot the apple of his son's ...
... on the cog-wheel train all the way down to Lake Lucerne to the village of Vitznau.
At Vitznau we boarded the paddle steamer for the one hour boat ride to Lucerne, except that we found that it's second last stop was at the Swiss Museum of Transport, somewhere Tom had been hoping to go (has real trains, planes and automobiles - 'tis huge). So we hopped off and Tom explored while I had a coffee, did my sudoku ...
... of english, or very well
- I have seen SEVERAL American travelers irate at the fact that USD is not accepted everywhere....like really? Lol
- They have a airline here called Edelweiss, well it must be Austrian...it is Austria's national flower and a song in the sound of music
- my suitcase is already overweight