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... back on the path where I left off when I lost my map, and caught sight of a music store, but I decided to continue on for a while...on my solo tour.
I walked along the river where it told me to go, and then veered off because I saw a pretty building. And I'm glad I did. Because it was while I was sitting along the river then that I got thirsty.
And I went to the nearest place to ...
... The train from Lucerne took us to the Zurich airport and we bought a day-pass there for the tram. This allowed us to get to our hotel and, once we had checked in and stashed our backpacks, also get to downtown Zurich which included the older part of the city.
Similar to Lucerne, we were somewhat tired of sightseeing and visiting churches so, after having lunch, the kids took off to do some shopping while I meandered and took photos. It was nice to ...
... for kilometers along the lake. It was scattered with sculptures, huge trees and beautiful benches to sit and just enjoy the view. One section even had slides, diving boards and a swimming area that must be teaming with children in the hot summer months. After walking along the lake for about an hour we decided to head back towards the centre and check out the dessert and hot chocolate shop that had been pointed out on our tour. The desserts did not disappoint. I had a lemon ...
Today the weather couldn't be better, sunny and about 22. Had a walk around town mainly along the river as it was so pretty. They don't seem to have any open top bus tours so we just wandered around, there is a lot to see, lovely place, very expensive! Don't think I will be making any purchases here. Some of the ...
... totally uncool in wanting $30 per person entry rather than just taking the Swiss pass, so we blew that off in favor of socialism: refreshments at the Odeon bar, where Lenin, Trotsky and James Joyce worked things out back in the day.
Today's countables: Swiss national museum, one church and two musters, Lindt factory, Odeon.
Day 5 attraction count: 6
Full trip count: 16