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... at 'Camping Lido' which is very close to the lakeside Medieval town of Lucern. After setting up camp the four of us got on our bikes and headed off to see the sights. We parked the bikes up by the end of the lake and crossed over one of the most photographed, covered wooden old bridge, well some of it was still old. The bridge burned down some years ago and had since been re built. There were paintings attached to the rafters of the roof that did spread across ...
... onto an overnight bus Sunday night bound for Paris. After arrival, we spent today just walking along the river and had lunch in a Parisian café overlooking Notre Dame. I am writing this blog from a train headed for Zurich. The plan for this week is to spend two nights in Zurich, one in Milan, then the rest of the week in Greece with the newly-engaged Makis and the newly-arrived little sis Laura. The next blog will be from an island somewhere. ...
... Rathausquai before the sun started setting.
Returned for relaxing and movies.
Also got a quick lesson in home-cooked Dutch cuisine - Fritz liked making "zuurkoolschotel" (basics: mashed potatoes, sauerkraut, ground beef) but every family does their own custom mix and he grew up with mashing potatoes and the cooked sauerkraut together ("zuurkoolstamppot"). His secret: use copious amounts of butter. I will try this when I return from vacation.
... which only happen every three years..the Zuri-fest...which includes activities sporatic throughout three days, food kiosks, fireworks and when the day turns to night..a massive street party..outdoor concerts and venues with all kinds of music..dance, hip hop, 80s..you name it! So cool! The second festival, was the Rapperswil festival....now Rapperswil is a small city, but the fireworks at the event were the absolute best that I have ...
... some very pretty country side arriving at Luzern at 12. We left our bags in the station lockers and then walked across the old covered bridge to the old town. We wandered about here for a bit and then followed a self directed walk around the old city walls - this was great, very interesting - you got to climb several of the old towers - one had a masive clock with a pendulum that cam down 3 floors. ...
Other places to stay in Brunnen
Waldstatterquai 6, Brunnen | 5 star hotelfrom $297
Gersauerstrasse 21, Brunnen | 3 star hotelfrom $139
Axenstrasse 5-7, Brunnen | 3 star hotelfrom $204
Axenstrasse 2, Brunnen | 3 star hotelfrom $132
Axenstrasse 1, Brunnen | Hotelfrom $71