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... was at and did the 2-for-1 beer special.
And met the cutest tour guide I've ever seen.
We both talked to the namesless tour guide for a while and then got talking about the adventures we had had since we saw each other last.
It turned into a few more drinks and we planned to do a walk along the ridge of a mountain tomorrow...so I am going to get a reasonably early night so I can do my walk in one go without having a nap half way up.
... where we travelled from Lucerne by historic paddle steamer to Fluelen at the top end of the lake which took just over 2 1/2 hours, passing small Swiss villages and mountain landscapes, the boat also went past Rutli, where the original Swiss Confederation was founded, as it was the Swiss International Day a public holiday for the Swiss ...
... a heart beat.
The same night, I rode a Funicular up to the top of this small mountain where a very small Christmas market was held, and what I mean by small is that there were 5 tents.
It was a little bit of a let down; HOWEVER, the Alpine Slide that I took down the mountain made up for it.
The best way I could describe it is to imagine you are sitting in a very tiny kayak (but your legs are exposed because there's no cover/lid) and you have ...
... into seperate bins and also paper. Still haven't figured out where my paper bin is ..and it's piling up!!
- Its asparagus season & those suckers are huge.
- Drivers must stop for pedestrians at the cross walks or else they could get a fine. Nothing like Vietnam ~ Ha!
- Its still cool to hear the train intercom lady speak. Especially when she says Gleiss (which means track). I feel like I'm in a movie :0)
After a great nights rest in our upgraded suite, we head down the mountain of Paradiso and explore lake Lugano. It takes us forever to find a spot to park the car, as parking near the main town is limited as most of the cobble streets are for pedestrians. We walk along the lake and take in the views, it's quite pretty but doesn't quite compare to Lake Como in Italy. We arrive to the centre of the Lugano town, the kids have a few turns on ...