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... side of the bus. We arrived and were given directions and rules. We then took 2 gondolas up. The group was then split to either go up to the very top or go down from that point. The mountains were amazing. There are no words. I was snowboarding in the Swiss Alps! After a few runs, it was time for lunch, were I ran into a few of the guys on LBS and they recommended going up to the very top. So my small group of ...
3 years ago when were in Switzerland, we stayed in Brunnen - a village directly on the Vierwaldstatter See. There are many large boats that run on the lake. Ones that you are able to hop on and off of to get to various citys/towns/villages that border the lake. On one such day 3 years ago, Tony, myself and the girls (Talia 3 and Avaia only 3 months at the time), had boarded such a boat to cross the lake and go for a walk/hike (as much as ...
... in the back of the building. Their friends agreed and so two families hid there for two years until they were betrayed and all arrested. They all died in concentration camps except Ann's father who later published her diary. It was a very moving place to visit.
Then we walked to the Van Gogh Museum - this time there was only a short queue and we spent two hours there looking at his paintings and learning about his life ...
... sandwiches out of the food provided by the hostel for lunch that day. Then we quick packed up and dashed to the train station with less than 5 minutes to spare. We snagged a compartment in the train, which was just like in Harry Potter so I was very excited! On the way to Bern, we watched the lakes, mountains, and little towns pass by. It was gorgeous! We switched trains in Bern, and then headed to Lucerne.
The entire train ride, it felt like I was going home home. And ...
... feat especially as it was conceived of in 1893 by Adolf Guyer-Zeller. Construction begun in 1896 and was completed in 1912. We were probably in tunnels for around 30 to 40 minutes with two stops that enabled us to leave the train for a few minutes and look at the view through glass. It also was possibly to help us acclimatise to the thinning air for as we climbed I developed a bad headache. The strange thing was, ...