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"eins, zwei, drei, vier, five, six, seiben"…ICH CUMA!!!!! screamed Leandro as after the boat ride he came barrelling in and jovially started to play hide and seek with les deux filles! Hmm..looks like Talia's english was paying off!
"one, five, two, trois, quatre, seiben"…Avaia was now awake and playing.
It was truly a magical day - a day at the lake, with friends feeling like you've never been apart!
... off our bikes soon we weren't going to be able to walk tomorrow!!!!! we took the bikes back to the site and decided to go to Bo****n (the place where ma n pa stayed a few weeks ago), caught the bus into Interlaken (gotta love free bus travel) then another one to Bo****n had a wander and found the hotel, watched the boats of the lake comming and going then caught another bus back etc etc until we finally made it back to the site for a very welcome cold beer.
... walked around the city and the lake until 4 when I could finally check into the hostel. Shortly after checking in I met Jessika and Jana, two lovely girls from Newfoundland. We got along right away, and I got to spend the next day and a half hanging out with them! Which was great! There really isn't much to see in Switzerland, but we eat breakfast by the lake, enjoying the view of the Alps, went to the 'dying lion of Luzern Monument' and laid in ...
... both sides of the river to see the sights. Interesting to see the Nadelwehr, wooden water spikes still used to regulate the level of Lake Lucerne and to feed a modern hydroelectrical power plant.
CHAPEL BRIDGE (Kapellbrücke): Lined with flowers, this famous bridge, and the stone octagonal water tower, built around 1300, appear in just ...
Our stay in Lucerne was brief, but the city truly captured our hearts. This WILL be a place we will return to. So, after another wonderful breakfast buffet full of Swiss goodies, we started our trek to Interlaken, Switzerland. On our walk back to the train station, we walked through a vibrant farmer's market and gave a "we'll be seeing you" wave to the nearby Chapel Bridge.
The train ride ...