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Wow Switzerland is the place to visit. We got Swiss Tell Pass travel tickets which enabled us to go for 10 days on boats across the lakes, bus and train rides and cable car and gondola rides. We trashed the tickets!! Luzerne is an awesome place, very central to so much. A beautiful lake side city. The weather has been amazing, up to 32°.
The highlight was catching up with Thomas after five years, meeting Claudia, and their families and seeing how farming is done swiss style.
... was a student - a dingy, dumpy dive that must have earned him a "C-" grade; and the nearby, world-famous Cultural and Congress center, a massive, squat edifice that serves as symphony hall, convention center and art museum all wrapped into one, and that does one thing extremely well - blocks much of the surrounding mountain scenery, particularly with a roof that looks as though someone misplaced an airport runway and put it on top of a building. The rest of Lucerne, though, ...
... t actually included in our lunchtime cruise. Sorry?? Hmmm very good at the fine print these Swiss. No wonder people trust them with the "secret" bank accounts.
The lake cruise, which really is just the normal ferry, was nice and relaxing with great views of the flash houses, green hills and mountains in the distance.
On the way back to Lucerne Jeff & Jill disembarked one stop early so they could go to visit the ...
We had a great time today just walking around the small city of Lucerne. So very pretty with its cobblestoned streets and unique pretty painted murals on the old buildings. I'm not sure if the murals themselves were old....I think some of them may have been?
Firstly we enjoyed strolling through a market along the banks of the Reuss River - so many swans and other kinds of birds around. We walked across the old bridge and continued into the ...
... from Lucerne, and take the gondola up Mt. Titlis for the views. We hadn't thought that we'd be able to do this when we saw the rain this morning, so this was an unexpected bonanza. Off we went, arriving at Engelberg just after noon.
The ascent is in 3 stages, and costs an arm and a leg. CHF89 per person, but it is easier than walking through the snow, so we paid up and got in line. The ride up was about 40 minutes in all; ...