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... in the tour really 4.5 hours worth but didn't get many photo opportunities. The guide was really good, alternating between German and English but we all finished feeling it was a let down. We did find out the nothing much will be open tomorrow and Monday as it is public holidays here in Switzerland so we had to grab a few more groceries before we left Zurich. Switzerland is so expensive, it cost us $33.30 Swiss Franks, so nearly $50, just to park ...
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 ...
Another early start and we were on the road by about 8am heading for the university city of Heildelberg which lies on the banks of the Neckar River. The Heidelberg Castle sits high on the hill overlooking this very picturesque town. Apparently Steffi Graf even has a house here...we don't think she was home because it looked pretty deserted. Craig and a few others took the opportunity for a quick hike up the hill (300 steps) the rest of us walked around and ...
... floor of the chalet we walked over and through an ice cave that was carved into the glacier. Inside the ice cave were a number of ice carvings. We then went to the top of the chalet and walked outside. That was so magnificent. We could see the village of Engelberg way below in the valley. We could also many other mountain peaks. The wind was blowing but it was really sunny. All of the Australian children that are on the ...
The weather report on the web was showing some clearing skies above northern Switzerland, so I took the chance to get the family packed and on the road to see the real Swiss Alps. It might be our only opportunity. We got up as early as my family would allow, which isn't early by any measure, and we were on the road by around nine. We passed into Switzerland where flat lands suddenly moved into green rolling hills, and soon small mountains. The weather was not great, the ...