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Our last country on our holiday is Switzerland. We first went to Lucerne by a long train from Salzburg. We walked around Lucerne and crossed the amazing Kapellsbrücke bridge with art on the inside panels. The bridge was built in 1333 but a large section of it burned down in 1993 and had to be rebuilt. The next day we went up to Mount Titlis which is over 3000 metres high. We first went to Trübsee fun park which was the first stop for the cable car. We went tubing down a small slope and we went down a different slope on a mini bob (a board you sit on and steer down the slope). After this we went up to the actual peak. It was so windy and the snow was hitting us in the face. The winds were up to 70 km/h and it blew Tait over! We also went inside a glacier cave with walls, roof and floor ice! The whole Titlis experience was pretty amazing.

The next day Tait was sick and very flat. We had to get on a train to Zurich, our last destination. We made it to Zurich and Tait and Mum stayed at a park and Tait slept on the grass while me and Dad went to the FIFA Museum. The FIFA Museum was super cool. There was many cool parts like the history of FIFA, the history of the Rules, a summary of each World Cup and an interactive Soccer Pinball game with 6 different activities to do.

Thanks for following our holiday.



Posted by shazeldine 04:21

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Pleased to read your last blog about your amazing holiday. I knew you would love Lucerne which is one of my favourite places in the world.
Poor Tait - not a great way to finish the trip!
The FIFA Museum would have been the icing on the cake for both you and your Dad.
Thanks for keeping us all up to date with such interesting facts and photos of what will be something you will remember for ever. Great job Zac. ✈️????
Love Nanny

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