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I should know better.
When T asks, "want to go out & do something?" it sounds so innocent and unassuming. I should have plenty of experience with this already.
In this case I believe we climbed a mountain or it sure felt like it.
Took train to Malters, the town closest to where T's family used to live.
Wandered through Malters as T took in all the changes.
There were lots of people at the train station ...
Got up today to go on a gondola ride up the mountain. I'd been looking forward to this since I booked it. We got on small 4 person gondolas and headed halfway up the mountain, then got on a big standing gondola that we all got squished into. I was standing in the middle area of this gondola and sadly didn't get to see much going up. The second gondola took us steeply up to the top of Mt Pilatus. There was a bit of a chill up there but it wasn't too bad once we ...
... Some of the fog was lifting and we took some great pics of the big lake with fog and it was very still. I got off the bus as a few people were being released on their tour. It was beautiful. I was taking pictures and I heard this noise that was growing louder. As I turned around I was being followed. The expression "more cowbell" must have been started here. They were so loud and they seemed to almost be beating to their own rhythm. I am pretty sure they are deaf as well. I know ...
... was off on the train to Lucerne, aboard the golden panorama route following the lengths of 3 different lakes: Brienzersee, Lungerusee and Sarnersee. Seems the Swiss word for lake is see, like the Scots call their lakes lochs. The view was just incredible throughout much of the ride as mountains just rose from the lakes, as small villages dotted the valleys.
Arriving just after noon into Lucerne, the hostel was nice ...
Today was a travel day, we were leaving Paris and heading to Lucerne. We went to the patisserie first thing to get a delicious custard mille feuille and an almond croissant for the bus ride. The bus ride was long and painful for many hung over people but luckily I was fine just a little tired. The view of the countryside was beautiful, fields and hills covered with snow. Eventually we got to our service stop and a few people got in a snowball fight. Back on the bus and finally ...