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... the waterfall the sun started to sink lower in the sky. A lot of the people who'd been out on the water in motorboats roaring up and down the lake were ashore or anchored along the shore for supper. The lake was so calm it was almost flat. It was really peaceful to glide along, our paddles barely causing ripple effects and by the time we neared Iseltwald the sun was setting. As we came to shore we saw a marching band practicing for the small Swiss Day parade ...
... to run through Lucerne. The rock that lay beneath it is still visible, which is pretty amazing and really old! We got to fool around by taking pictures of us looking like cave creatures and dwarfs as you can see haha. We now know how glaciers are formed, which we weren't totally clear about before we went, so go us! Now just to snowboard one in Austria, and we can say we have had the total experience.
Time to move onto another country we think...watch out ...
... cost 25 Swiss Francs. Good thing we're only here for today. When we arrived in Lucerne we took a boat cruise around the lake and took on the gorgeous scenery. Definitely the nicest hotel we've been in yet. Slept like a champ last night. Today we're headed up to mount Pilatus (which is covered in a cloud right now, then onto a Swiss farm tour and a Swiss cultural night. Should be another great video day. More soon. ...
... a joke. So then we jumped on the bus with all of the professionally dresses skiiers and took it through the small city to the lodge and we were overwhelmed by the amount of intense people and all the skiing supplies. We found some ski pants and just started trying them on and helping ourselves. But no one was really concerned that we were just trying things on and doing our own thing, and nobody even came over to see if we needed help...interesting. ...
... br> As a treat after all the hiking, we ate fondue at a nice restaurant close to the hostel. It was quite the production at our table - with lots of plates and pots. Rachel and mom shared the cheese fondue (which Rachel said tasted too wine-y) and Brady and Scott had the traditional meat fondue which you cook yourself in oil. Local beers, wines, and a short walk back to the hostel for a good night's sleep.