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... that we thought was better value than many around that area. Most restaurants have mains that range from 30 - 40 CHF which is about $50AUD!! Our dinner of pizza and a beer cost 48CHF. about $68. We ambled back along the river which is so pretty at night. The Chapel Bridge is under reconstruction so we could only go halfway. We took some photos and headed home where I again had to sit on the stairs to get wifi. Another mountain ...
... church up here on a mountain top in the middle of nowhere. Went to our hotel. OMG! It is stunning. Giovanni backed the huge coach up the skinny streets up the side of the hill where our hotel was. We cheered. Walked through the hotel doors. Straight through is a large window looking over the lake at the mountains. Divine. We have a balcony. A balcony looking over the lake and mountains. This is my balcony. (I am no longer envious of Erna's balcony) This ...
Autumn is coming to Europe. The signs are there for the reading. The lush summer greens of the forests are hinting at it with flashes of red, yellow and orange, the evenings are whispering a little cooler and as we ride the wind causes a flurry of chatter amongst the fallen leaves.
Whilst stopped in Metz we took a day ride of about 120 kilometres. We breakfasted in France, had morning tea in Luxembourg, popped into Belgium for a picnic and afternoon tea before ...
... Without knocking anyone over we managed to find our hotel and pull, push luggage and children down a narrow street to home base.
More to follow with some adjustments in my story...it's late and the fireworks have finally stopped banging near our open window so I am off to bed.
Our hotel is an old one as most of the buildings in Lucern but many more architectural variations than what we have seen so far. ...
... open on Sundays).
Our host is Hedwig, originally from Holland but in Swiss-Land for over 20 years now. Her friend Fritz lives there too, also from Holland and he`s also a Canuckistan! - of the BC kind but we won't hold that against him.
They speak Dutch to each other, Swiss-German or English with T and English to me.
Still tired from the work schedule prior to leaving and trip over so easy day today.
Walked across the Chapel Bridge (Kapellbrücke) a ...