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One morning we walked over to the cable car to ride up to the Shilthorn -- the peak featured in James Bond: On her Majesty's Secret Service. It felt like the top of Europe, especially on a lucky clear day. The revolving restaurant and its Bond museum was a highlight. (Note goofy photos.)
We left Murren in a whiteout snowstorm, the beginning of what was a HUGE storm in Europe during New Year's week. From a ...
... on our Italian adventure and what a beautiful place, it was such a great mix of culture and casual. First night there Robbie and I climbed to the top of a hill and saw an amazing sunset over this old city. On our way to our sunset we went over this bridge, but this was no ordinary bridge all it consisted of was GOLD! Gold jewellers were the only shops allowed on the bridge, it was heaven! We had a bit of a blonde moment here though, We went to ...
... what they do and had made some chocolate cake, cheese pie and cheese that they make. We went on a horse and buggy ride around the town too. The dairy farms average 16 cows and mostly make cheese. We had some retail time and went walking around Lucerne then had some dinner and home ...
Paranoia set in this morning. I had to check the bottles that had been laying sideways in our suitcases overnight.
They were dry. Good.
Noemi could join us today so we headed to the train station to meet her.
Our last day, heading out tomorrow.
Came back to drop off a bag, showed her around, sat for a while, visited.
Time to go out for a walk and lunch. Tonight was the dinner we'd be preparing to have with Noemi, Hedwig, ...
... building with many buttresses and large arched windows and a high tower. It was so big that even with my back hard up against the far buildings in the square, I could not fit it into the photo, but it looked stunning against the strong blue sky. The old square wrapped itself around this prominent landmark with a vast number of stalls. The ones to the far side sold everything edible, from fruit and vegetables to stalls specialising in mushrooms, ...