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... site we had to travel through the St Gotthard Tunnel. Only 17km long! This goes through a mountain that is 2,108 metres high. Amazing scenery passing the Vierwaldstattersee. Found the site, Camping Reussebruke, fortunately we got there just before 12pm and were met by a gentleman who ushered us into a spot and showed us exactly how we had to park the van! he then told us to bring the passports later as 'Vee are shutting ...
... as everyone spoke Italian and there were many cute outside squares reminiscent of Rome. We explored an old castle and church and ate lunch at an outdoor pizza restaurant, ristorante corona. It was a great day and a ton of fun! I loved every minute and wishes that we could have stayed longer.. ...
... to a computer). We were greeted at the boathouse by a delicious lunch that was put together by some of the parents of the local middle-high school aged kids who row out of this boathouse. After a lot of picture taking and view admiration, we got right to work and took out an octuples-an eight person sculling boat with a coxswain! Luckily my back has been feeling good, even after a long day of travel, and I was able to get in the octuples as their coxswain and go out on ...
... well and smoked like a chimney. As we made our way out of the city we were greeted with the most dense fog that I have ever seen. You could not see in front of the bus. They kept telling us that we were going to have a beautiful day. I was skeptical. As we went up and down some winding country roads we started to see daylight. There were cows and a nature preserve with large deer....and the Asians went wild! Cameras clicking! We made our first stop was Rigi. This was just north ...
... up the towers and walked on a stretch of the wall. We particularly enjoyed the tower that they use now as a museum of the old clockworks from around the city. Huge pendulums swung ticking the time.
We wandered next down through old town, a car free shopping area, where they were setting up for a music festival. We were glad to be there early, because it is sure to be crazy once that is in full-swing. We stopped into a gift shop and I bought a couple ...
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