Spannort Hotel & Restaurant
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... sausages. It was a perfect end to the day.
The celebratory day started with a huge breakfast and lots of good coffee. We then started to make our way to the cable cars that were to take us right up to the peak about 3,500 meters up. We were quite surprised with the number of tour groups who were heading up to visit the mountain. And interestingly 90% were from India and China. At the time we felt ...
... to get an engraved Swiss Army Pocket Knife as a souvenir. In the late afternoon we took a cruise on Lake Lucerne where we got some great views of the city and the very impressive properties that line it's banks. Lucerne is a lovely city that oozes wealth and class; though it's probably best that we are only here for an afternoon... everything looks very expensive! Back to Engelberg for dinner; a very long drive to Paris (700km+) is ahead of us ...
... which is kept at a maximum of negative 3 degrees Celsius. This cavern is carved into the actual (moving) glacier. Maze-like tunnels allow tourists to journey through the glacial ice and see numerous ice sculptures along the way. It was out of this world. Inside the ice, we were tripping out by a large boulder, dirt and plant debris that are trapped in the ice (collected during glacial movement). We loved this place. Kyle did the moonwalk and had ...
... the pass. In most cases, we can make much better time hiking down than hiking up. This is not one of those cases. The trail is steep and with the weight of our packs, we have to watch our step most of the way down. The trail would be even more difficult if it wasn't for our hiking poles. We soon make it to the hut at Blackenalp where we can use restrooms, fill up with cold water, and share a beer. They have some rooms and make their own cheese here, and as we ...
... through the "Black Forest". These are so named because the dark green fir trees are so densely packed together that no light gets through.
Mid afternoon we stopped to see the Rhine Falls at Schaffhausen with remains of old castles on both sides of the falls. Then onwards towards Engelberg. It has started to rain and the traffic is terrible, a long drive, certainly big day.