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... and then found a place for tobogganing. We made the decision not to do skiing on this day as we wanted to be able to take in as much of the Swiss Alps as we could without a chunk of it going into skiing. This was a good choice. However, it meant that when it came to going fast on the snow, tobogganing and sledding would have to do. We spent quite some time going down the tobogganing run. Kellie was much better at it than I was. My toboggan would be going sideways as ...
... clapped him when he got on board (for being late or for being awesome - who knows!) and Xenia just laughed. We spent the rest of our afternoon shopping in Lucerne for a watch and an army knife for Dean. The whole thing was made much more difficult and unnecessarily unpleasant by the swarms of Asians and no offence, smelly Indians. Sad but true. They are just so rude and pushy! I think they feign ignorance in order to try to do whatever they want regardless of anyone ...
... the bottom of the hill who were laughing at us! The snow capped mountains, lush green grass and mellow ringing of the cow bells was just perfect. Definitely returning to here! We celebrated one of the tour members birthday, he and his wife were honeymooning, and they're Greek so we ended up dancing to Greek music and yelling Opa! Very fun. A jam packed day of adventure ahead.... What to ...
... the parts in the rope park. It was probably easier for me to keep my balance on the hard parts because I dance, whereas Jess does not.
Mount Pilatus was beautiful! Afterwards we got a cake for Jess and finished off the rest of our fondue. We then did face masks and Jess painted my toenails! Since it was her birthday, I should've been the one painting her toenails, but she wanted to paint mine so I couldn't refuse... ^_^
We are on a train right now, heading ...
... 15 minutes. Finally we gave it up and emerged to find dinner.
The two grocery stores we tried to go to that were closer to our hostel were closed. At 6pm on a Saturday? We can only figure it must have to do with Mass? Not sure, but it meant we walked back into town to shop at the Coop at the train station. There was thunder and a downpour again and we arrived quite damp. No matter. Unfortunately, everyone else was doing their shopping there at the same ...