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... pass as I had
something else up my sleeve and that was to go and visit the Tallibahn!!
Now I can just hear you all thinking, what is the Tallibahn?? Well this
Tallibahn is actually a cableway and nothing to do with what most of you are
Parked up and all cameras removed from my bike I walked across to the lower
cableway station. It seemed rather dead around here and at first I thought it
was closed. Looking around and reading a few notice ...
... were very pretty as it was raining there were waterfalls going down them everywhere. We also went through the snow for a while and went under a mountain in a 17km long tunnel! That was kinda weird to drive through... It was also snowing for some of the drive but the roads were still very good and we made it almost to Brunnen before dark. The place we are staying is very modern and kinda fancy but also pretty small considering its an ...
... Stich (Tennis player) former home - sold recently for some untold millions of CFS !!! The St Michaelis Church, several museums (oh no!) and the famous Refferbahn. We leave the tour momentarily at the docks area to take the mid day harbour cruise (the only one in English!) The cruise ship? Is a replica Mississippi paddle steamer (don't ask my why?) The Louisiana Star, very flash, and we take a seat up on the top deck, the best for views ! " The port of Hamburg is on ...
... not yet sold in the US, Skylander. Not sure it qualifies as Swiss made but the grin was worth it. Wyatt was stir crazy looking at hundreds of tractors by many Swiss companies. That is part of that early vocational training where the Swiss excel. We had a minor breakdown leaving with only one tractor. Amelia found baby Uni, a unicorn, to go with her big Uni and we had covered the crew.
On the way back to our hotel John let the children visit "The ...
... as mewing the family wasn't half as scary or nerve wracking! I was just trying to concentrate on not standing on Chrissies dress and to remember names! Tied deer for the first time at dinner an had prune schnapps with sorbet or desert- the first prune schnapps of many! It's also enjoyed in rose hip tea and coffee... Alot! Eventually headed home at 2:30 after Steve tore up the dance floor- what a sight! And this swiss wedding had the honour of a couple of African dances too- good ...