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... see many people wearing them. I thought a scarf would be an alternative but they were fairly average too. Will just have to get a couple of Italian ones to make up for it. We went to our chocolate tour at 2pm. It was really just a tasting and an explanation of the history and values of Max CHocolatier. Superb chocolates made up stairs by three chocolatiers. As there were only the two of us they took us up stairs to see some chocolates being made. That was the best part ...
... time to get back into town to attend a free walking tour that was starting. It was a really interesting tour, run by a Lucerne-native ("Lucernite"? "Lucernian"?) who is also a history student.
A few highlights from the tour:
- "Lucerne" comes from the Latin word for either light or swampy area. The locals claim it's definitely the former.
- The famous Chappel Bridge was built in 1336 and one side of the bridge is higher than the ...
... choccies. Yum. I bought about 8 individual ones and couldn't wait to scoff them. Walked for an hour along the lake back to our hotel, 'The Royal'. Run by a very attractive family. The son especially!! I napped as twisted my knee earlier and needed to rest it. The view from our balcony is something I wish I could take home with me. Snow capped mountains overlooking the calm lake. The air here is fresh. This is the place for a honeymoon. 6.30 for ...
... were upto and what mom had prepared for them. It was just a one stop journey to the East station and then I had to go to the Ticket counter to buy myself a ticket to Lucerne.
I felt like disowning my baggage at the time when I figured out that my trolley handle broke for the kit bag. Somehow, managed to pull it around with the sling. I saw an Indian family from Mumbai in the train. They were loaded with ladoos, namkeens and other Indian sweets :-) ...
... the cable-car station, which also includes shops and restaurants. The Titlis Cliff Walk, the highest elevation suspension bridge in Europe, opened in December 2012, giving views across the Alps.
CHAPEL BRIDGE- LUCERNE
The Kapellbrücke (literally, Chapel Bridge) is a covered wooden footbridge spanning diagonally across the Reuss River in the city of Lucerne in central Switzerland. Named after the nearby St. ...