Hotel Bellevue Luzern
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... co co clocks!! We left the store and did some more wondering! After walking down streets and over beautiful bridges we ran into the men with the cow bells along with all of their friends!! We were in the middle of the festive tradition! They must have had a parade! They had the red and brown Swiss santa's, men whipping whips into the walls! And so many more men with cow bells and yes Nikki and I got photos with both santas! In Switzerland they also ...
Today we are in Switzerland, well only just. We've skipped across the border for Stage eight. It looks a lot like France but just a little different. Since last night we've been by the side of the road in our camper waiting for the riders to come past. That will happen about 4.30 pm and then we'll head off for our next stage. Since the last blog post we've visited Montargis overnight and then picked up our campervan. Montargis was a nice ...
... meal about 50 school children moved into the cabins behind our row of tents and proceeded to have a very noisy evening - yelling, screaming, running through the tent areas, throwing gravel around and kicking footballs about. They were still going strong at quiet time (10pm) but eventually someone must have told them to quieten down because they eventually retired to the cabins at 10.30pm (8 to a cabin, so you can imagine that they weren't too quiet when they were inside).
... Zurich before moving on to Wohlen around lunchtime. This, naturally, changed as soon as we sat down in our room. We opted for a little lie down before attempting to do anything else. We were both exhausted & the day had barely begun. It was about 3pm by the time we had showered changed & had lunch and left the hotel. We were armed with train times from Rumlang (where our hotel was) to Wohlen, flags, voices & excitement and headed off on another train ...
... I took in the scenery, especially the
view of the Eiger, Monch and Junfrau mountains across the valley from
me. The legend goes that the Jungfrau (young maiden) is being
protected by the Monch (monk) from the Eiger (ogre). A beautiful
trio of mountains that always draw me back for more.
I then decided to hike back toward
Grutschlap, stopping at Winteregg, the halfway point and stop and
have a beer and relax. The hike was on a ...