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... to listen to. Of course I led the mockery of his 'exciting' moderation of the types of fish in the lake so I was happy to keep my ship mates warmer with the endless laughing. FUN FACT: Playing Mozart under the dry droning of a man's voice may make you consider jumping overboard into a Swiss lake and swimming to the alpine mountain. My offer of the Kelly Clarkson on my iPod was almost taken up by the group.
Our mountain journey began with ...
... of Mount Pilatus. Although we had taken many cable cars up to many mountains, I can honestly say that was the most beautiful cable car I had ever taken. We rose up slowly in our own little cable car, looking through the window at the little houses, rolling hills, and cows and sheep below. The town below looked so peaceful and sweet, indeed, we were quite peaceful up in our cable car. At one point, we had to switch cable cars and we went in a larger one with other people. ...
... selling food, bands playing music in every square, and people drinking and smoking all over town. We overheard there may be fireworks tonight. We will see.
Anyway, we walked back to the hostel and ate salad with chicken and bread. We drank tepid grape juice (which tasted heavenly). The Internet connection was not working very well, so we walked back into town to use the WiFi at Starbucks. We may check out some of the festival tonight before heading to ...
... lake in Switzerland gives you an introduction to this lovely city from a completely different aspect. With its many bays, it offers superb panoramas of the surrounding landscape. The area is rich in historical associations, particularly the William Tell legend.
Approximate value: EUR €25 per person
Drive to Alpine Engelberg to take the Titlis-Rotair, the world's first revolving cable car, up to 10,000 feet where eternal snow resists ...
... and bustle of Cairo I will miss it very much.
Saturday, August 21, 2010
Special shout out to my baby brother who turned 18 on Saturday and is enjoying his new times at USC. Side note: While I am gone I will not only miss my birthday and Christmas in the US, but also every single one of my family members' birthdays. Sad I know, but they will get cool birthday presents to make up for the loss of seeing me-- tragic, I know.