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... stroll and grazing on the grass and flowers creating a chorus of bells in the mountains. An 80 person cable car for the second stage of the journey brought us above the fog and the great snow laden swiss alps came into into view. Breathtaking! The third and final decent was on a round cable car... which to my surprise rotates 360° as it climbs to give everyone a full view. After 45 minutes we were ...
... After dinner many of us headed out into the snow as the excitement was too much to handle. We stood, we threw some snow balls, we shivered and we laughed, all because we could. It was an amazing place to be and was living up to the expectations we had for Switzerland.
Tomorrow we head up to the top of Mt Titlis. When we get up there we will be more than 3000 metres above sea level (higher than any point in ...
... yes folks you guessed it, Amsterdam.
Drugs and prostitutes are not exactly my thing but it would just seem wrong to go to Amsterdam and not at least have a look at some "working girls" and smoke a joint or two. My first day in Amsterdam I split some space cake with a friend and a couple of hours later both of us were very stoned, needless to say the rest of the day was a right off until later on at night when a bunch of us went out to play 3D glow in the dark ...
Before we got to the Swiss alps we checked out Lucerne. The drive into Switzerland just blew my mind the most amazing and most beautiful place I have ever seen. The mountains, the greenery, the buildings it was just amazing.
We got off the bus and checked out the carving of the dying lion then later walked along Chapel Bridge which has a timeline of history in paintings on each panel. When we had free time we saw ...
... complete with bells, in a nearby paddock. The sun hasn’t hit the valley – we are deep in rural Switzerland. “High on a hill lives a lonely goat herd”......
The Lion Monument is carved into the rock and the pain, heartbreak and despair of the mission it commemorates is there on the face of the Lion. The Swiss Guard were sent to Paris to guard Louis the 16th and every last man died in the attempt although ...