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... It doesn’t stop. Fortunately, we spotted a local taxi service so we can get to the station nice and dry. I’ll just call them. “Ciao.” “Er, can you take us to the train station?” “Si.” “At 9:45?” “Si.” Well, that’s all sorted.
Now we’re standing on the platform at Varenna Station, which is more ...
Today we had a little sleep in, meaning our wake up call was at 6.30am. By 8am we had finished breakfast and were on the coach, heading for Kriens to catch the cable car up Mt Pilatus. We had very low lying cloud and drizzling rain on our way to Reins. We had a treat in store for us today...snow!! (The Canadians on the tour gave us a few tips for the snowball fight against the Kiwis, one of the guests on our tour is an "ice technician" who prepares the ice ...
... even see some blue skies. After our two hour ride, we depart the boat in the town of Fleulen, where we can wait for a train or bus to take us to the town of Altdorf. We decide to get some conditioning in and walk the 3 miles or so to Altdorf and then from there to Attinghausen where we will take a cable car up to Brusti. We do not have directions for this but find our way to Altdorf and using my magnificent sense of direction, we find the Altdorf train station where our ...
... side of a mountain tomorrow.
1. What is the name of the most famous mountain in Switzerland?
2. There are four official languages in Switzerland. What are they?
3. What famous swiss chocolate is made to look like the mountain in question 1?
4. What countries share their borders with Switzerland?
5. What were the surnames of the two families in the Romeo and Juliette ...
Reached the bottom and boarded our boat for a one hour cruise along Lake Lucerne to the town of Lucerne. The weather held and once again we had uninterrupted views all the way.
We spent over 4 hours wandering the streets of Lucerne and had a lovely time. Had some lunch by the lake and a coffee in another small cafe in the back streets. The Swiss apparently really like Australians, so we ...