Travel Blogs from Goldswil
... other guests were informed to eat from both buffet's which made for a
lot of confusion. They were treating us like school kids and as would be
expected there were a number of complaints.
Dinner over and it was time to relax. Tomorrow is a free day and a few of
us have plans to head for Grindlewald and explore some of the mountain railways
in the area. As we have rover tickets means we can simply hop on and off trains
wherever we want.
And that's it for today. ...
After 3 hours rest/snooze and we hauled up and out at 04:30 (yes, AM!) and heading to Old Town.
Still dark out and drizzling.
As we neared Luzern Bahnhof there were more and more people, many costumed.
Across the bridge (Schweizerhofquai Seebrücke Luzern) toward Old Town and it was packed!
The road was actually closed to vehicles.
People everywhere drinking beer and coffee with schnapps ...
... in a Christmas card! There was just snow everywhere, we never get to see things like this in Australia.
Once we arrived at Engelberg we purchased our tickets for the cable cars up to the top of Titlis. With the Tell Pass, instead of paying the full price of €86 per person return, we only paid €32.50 each – a massive saving.
Firstly we boarded a six person ...
... Lion but the surrounds of the Lion was sculptured as a pig he was to represent his distaste with Switzerland. Tomorrow we are going up to Mount Pilatus by a tram & returning by Cable Car, I hope that the cloud cover isn't too thick for photos. We are not going to the optional dinner we are going to walk into the town ...
... the mountain with ice and snow, but he remained quite snug and warm in the cave, eating the moon-milk and at night nestling like a baby into the warmth of the dragons' huge bodies.
One glorious day, the spring sun burst into the cave. Birds chirped joyfully outside and the sweet scent of thousands of spring flowers stole into the depths of the mountain. The dragons lifted their great heads and unfurled their mighty wings. One of them flew out into the warm ...