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... When we got back to Lucerne we decided to have some dinner before making our way to the Hotel. There was an issue with the internet, it was not strong enough for the rooms, OK for the reception area though. Also we were desperate to recharge our various devises, phones, readers, iPods and camera batteries after 2 nights on trains and our European power plug didn't fit their outlets, damn!! Narelle gave up and turned in around 8 pm while I caught up on my diary ...
Others in my group experienced similar bonding experiences. One Chinese woman conversed with a singer about her desire to marry a European man. Another gregarious Russian man informed bypassing university students of the moon landing — a conversation that concluded
with one bewildered student asking the man to write Neil Armstrong’s name on a scrap of notebook paper.
Argument 5: You’re not going to be safe.
The give: According ...
... 20th century. These birds are quite large, really graceful and know how to work the tourist audience for snacks. Our group then went on a private cruise around part of the lake. We saw it all - lake, mountains, vivid green fields, huge lakeside villas and castles. Took plenty of photos. Mike our guide then confirmed the weather at the top of Mount Pilatus had cleared enough to make it worth our while to catch the cable cars to the summit. This is ...
... bustle of Lucerne. It is a not much to do kind of town, so we blend right in, sharing a bench by the lake with an old woman eating some ice cream. We eat the rest of our bread and cheese and after watching a local girl go down a ladder and swim in the lake, my inner child beckons again. In just my shorts, I jump in. It is cold but in a pleasant way, not where you have an immediate urge to get the heck out. I get out and Carol says she did not get a good picture, ...
... given the option to return to Switzerland when it was obvious they would all die. To the swiss people it represents all that is swiss. Standing together in strife, never giving up, standing by their word etc. This is a great story and too complicated to write up in detail. An interesting fact is it was designed by the same person that designed the Little Mermaid in Copenhagen. His name escapes me – google is your friend and will be mine when I get ...