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... and jumped on board. What good timing! The Tell Pass is bloody expensive but in this expensive country it gives us a 3 day pass to all public transport including boats, cog railways, gondolas and chairlifts. OMG. Again the photos do not do this trip justice. It was absolutely gobsmackingly fantastic. The little engine just kept chugging away and pushed our carriages up, up and up and when we thought there was ...
... church - the origins of which date back to the 1100's, we could see the massive twin towers. We went inside and it looked like a music group might be setting up but then I saw a door that looked like it led to one of the towers. It was 4 Francs to enter. It turned out to be stairs all the way up to the top of the tower! Challenge accepted! The first half were tightly winding and very steep stone stairs. Only one person could pass by at once. Too bad if someone ...
... the path, chased the little cat that ran in front of us with the gorgeous little bell tinkling around her neck, searched for the the tiny little frogs that we noticed when the weather was a bit wet…
"Where are they now Mama??"
"Gone. It's Sunny now!"
"But where do they go Mama!?"..and as if to doubt my intelligent forthcoming answer she added "maybe Muggestutz would know…" and walked away ...
So I was able to get back in contact with him and he even visited Rome on a school trip a few months ago where we were able to meet up for a birra. We then made plans for me to come visit him in Zurich during the summer school vacation....and here I am!
It was an amazing time, not only because of all the places we saw (Basel, Rapperswil, Interlaken, Lucerne) but just getting ...
... There we rode a train on a rack railway UP-wards. Again the views were amazing.
Here, learn something: A rack railway (also rack-and-pinion railway, cog railway) is a steep grade railway with a toothed rail rack usually between the running rails. The trains are fitted with one or more cog wheels that mesh with this rack rail. This allows the trains to operate on steep grades above 7%, which is the maximum for adhesion-based rail. Most ...