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... state, they finally realised the dark figure standing up in the room was me, not Carmen :) Later that morning, Karen said she'd purposely kicked the blanket off her bed because it was too hot, yet somehow it came back on her bed. I was like "ooooh, I thought it was an accident and I tried to give it back to you but you wouldn't respond!". Later that evening, we tried to re-enact the event. We couldn't figure it out, and physics couldn't possibly explain how the ...
... as the other two floors were chock full of many smaller paintings and drawings. Many of these pieces were created for the Rosengarts themselves, including many that I imagine were quick little hand drawings that were made over dinner or drinks. One of my favorite pieces was a small Marc Chagall drawing that was made on hotel stationary! Just when I thought I was done and wondering where the Paul Klee collection was, I found the basement galleries. Unfortunately ...
... ladies joined me and it was great to soak up the atmosphere of the city. Luzern felt very safe and was a great respite after the crowds of London and Paris. You can understand why it was a neutral country during the war, it just feels like that. Later we walked along the lake front looking at the mountains. It had been a nice, low key, enjoyable ...
... br> across the lake and as like other lakes in Switzerland there are still a few of
the wonderful old paddle steamers sailing the waters of Lake Lucerne.
After two hours of exploring this historic town we head for the train
station and board the 14h05 train back to Interlaken.
Again the train journey goes smooth and two hours later we arrive into
Interlaken where we cross platforms and board our train to Lauterbrunnen and
finally our ...
... the more interesting by a convoy (about 8) of large army trucks with learner drivers, all coming the opposite direction! Stopped at the top for lunch, at 1952 metres, but too wet and cold to get out to look at the tiny chapel (or buy souvenirs) so we continued on down the other side of the pass - at times the rain stopped and the scenery really was beautiful. Pretty stunning drive, even in the rain. Stopped ...