Seehotel Sternen Horw
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... figured it was just the wind and stuff. How wrong i was. When we got back to the accommodation everyone begab drinking right away. We were warned about the high altitude and drinking but that soon went out my head when i realized too late that i had already had had enough. It takes less alcohol to get you drunk at high altitude than normally. Anyways i wasnt paralytic but i had had too much and knew it was time for ...
... the steep mountain section ahead. The train speed
is reduced to about 15kph or so as we head onto the steep rack section. Once all
the gears have engaged onto the rack the driver can accelerate up the steep
Soon we are climbing way up into the mountains and are well over 1000m.
Unfortunately there are a large number of trees blocking the view making
photography difficult. The weather has also changed slightly and its rather wet
... and chocolate muffins to warm our bellies, waited some more. Part of our group left the peak and headed back down thinking Mount Pilatus was a wash. We waited some more....and just as Pete and I were considering quitting, the clouds broke. Aaaahhhhh, the angels sang as the green and blue landscape appeared before us. There was a mad dash to get outside and take pictures. Everyone was excitedly talking and pointing, cameras were being fished out of ...
So I think I'll fast forward a few days.
By this point I had gone back to London to meet my sister, caught up with my Godsister who was living in London with her boyfriend and I also caught up with Kate a friend from Sydney who was doing some travel of her own. Walking the streets of Oxford circus was awesome, the streets were all lit up and still had christmas decorations hanging about. I loved the hustle and bustle in London.
... extending my stay by a day or two. But my travel advice to myself has always been to assume I’ll be back and always leave a place wanting just a little more. The stay here has been everything the guide books hyped it up to be, the towns having managed to retain their traditional character and not sell out to resorts and tourism, a fact of which many locals are quite proud. Staying here has also reminded me why Italy is by far my ...