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... of food throughout the day. We did say goodbye to Ben, our shadow tour guide for the first days of the trip. He was great to have on the trip and was full of information about our stops. We were all sad to see him go. Back to Huttwil for dinner and an early night in. Tomorrow morning is an early start as we head to Lichtenstein and Germany. We are watching the news and all I keep hearing is Burgermeister which reminds me of Santa Claus is Coming to Town...oooh how I love to ...
... to Bidmi and from there we walked. Along this section was gravel roads to walk on and some quite steep so you had to be careful not to slip and it also stretched muscles and ligaments. At one spot there was a lovely picnic ground where you could have a campfire. Wood was supplied and an axe. Yes an axe next to the stack of wood. Love it Arrived back to hotel where we had dinner in the restaurant watching the sunset on the mountains. It was a lovely way to finish the ...
... 45% at times, we ascended through dense forest and herds of cows to the lofty peaks at the summit. The view, which started out great, got better and better as we climbed to an altitude of 2132 metres. From there, we could see tiny Lucerne, the huge lake surrounding it and many more mountains in the distance. It quite literally took our breath away. We were lucky we could see anything at all because the summit is often completely surrounded by ...
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 ...
... at different times of day 5. And lastly an snow playground where you can ski, taboggan etc. however, also due to jandals, inappropriate clothing and lack of time we didn't venture out there. By the end of the day we had been up the mountain/on trains for about 10 hours, so was a pretty full on day and definitely worth the money we paid for it - thouroughly enjoyed the whole experience! After leaving Interlaken we went to Montbovon to meet Anna and Mike. They took us up the road ...