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... been much of a monument
to the Swiss who died in the French revolution). It is a huge stone carving in
the side of a rock. The monument measures around 10 metres wide and six high.
The Lion looks so sad it is very emotional to look at. The carving itself is
amazingly detailed and Lucerne was worth stopping at just to see the monument.
Mount Pilatus which towers over the Lake Luzern and city was ...
... get your name engraved on it too, and yes it's FREE - the universal word that everyone understands!". #4 - Train ride up Mount Pilatus We moved along to our next tour (thankfully this was not a walking tour), where our guide was a lovely lady named Monika. She took us up Mount Pilatus - a huge mountain in Lucerne Switzerland also known as Mount Dragon. We got to the top by riding the world's steepest cogwheel train. Very cool :) It's a 30min ride to the top as the ...
... Tomlishorn and Esel can be reached with a trail. Mount Pilatus has the longest summer toboggan track in Switzerland (0.88 miles or 1,350 m) and the biggest suspension rope park in Central Switzerland. Neither were open. During the summer, the "Golden Round Trip" — a popular route for tourists — involves taking a boat from Lucerne across Lake Lucerne to Alpnachstad, going up on the cogwheel railway, coming down on the aerial cableways and panorama gondolas, ...
“YAY MAMA!!!!” Avaia had had a great sleep the night before
“WHAT Mama?!?!?! I don’t WANT to sit in Bob!! And my Legs are tired…I don’t want to go up to the train…!” Talia hadn’t slept so well….
“Ok…5 gummies each”
“6 gummies Mama…and I want my ipod on the train” ….huh…? In those 2 seconds, I ...
... an assortment of Swiss fruits and veggies in the hot sun. We then made our way to the lion monument. We had read a little bit about it, but were not prepared at all for the emotional impact it had. Apparently, the Swiss were known for sending mercenaries to help other countries (this eventually became illegal) and during the French rebellion over 700 Swiss mercenaries were killed trying to protect the French king and his family (who ...