Gasthaus Tuebli Gersau
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... a photo.
I also think I'm addicted to kaffe creme.
It was a beautiful day for walking so walk we did toward and along Rathausquai and Old Town.
We had some stale bread so brought that along to feed the swans.
They are exactly like those scavenger Winged Rats and other water fowl, swarm you to feed then off to the next food source.
Fun while it lasted then we relaxed and sunned for awhile.
Hit the farmer's ...
... but still runny – not sure how they managed that. We ate breakfast looking at the spectacular view of the bridge and river in the early sunlight.
We walked across to Lucerne station and caught the train to Engelberg, which was free with our Tell Pass. It was a lovely train ride, including a rather long tunnel. The scenery once we left the tunnel was amazing. It was if we ...
... to earn some Euros and boy, were they earning a few. One guy was playing an accordion and the other was playing clarinet for some of their pieces, but inbetween he recited some prose, probably in Macedonian because I did not recognise the language. To be truthful, it could have been in any language and it would have been just as mesmerising - his passion, his voice and the way he moved about on his stage (the pavement) was well worth a few ...
... in it.
Had dinner at the Steak House with a table overlooking the Lake, perfect (except the price).
Pirates bar after for a night cap.
Woke up at 6am and decided to jump in the lake for a morning swim, what a great way to start the day.
Next stop, Italy and Lake Como....
... companion for a last time before taking to his heels and running as fast as he could back down to the valley.
Such rejoicing as never before was heard in Lucerne as the cooper's friends flung their arms around him. They had long given him up for lost! He had to tell the incredible story of his rescue on the dreaded mountain over and over and over again. Finally he had the tale of his adventure embroidered on a silken tunicle, still found to this very day in ...