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... no shop in the
We leave Interlaken and start heading along the wonderful twisty section
along the banks of Lake Brienz (I think that's what lake it is) where we
travelled a few days ago. From there its along through the valley between the
mountains of waterfalls until we reach the railway town of Meiringen where its a
total change of scenery.
So far this journey has been quite fast and the line relatively flat but
... at them.
Afterward, Sheri and I ventured out to dinner, walking about 15 minutes to a hotel "Tthe Montana", with a cable car ride up to the hotel and a fabulous unobstructed view of the lake and Mt Pilatus. We could see a storm settling in over the mountain and concerned about tomorrows enjoyment if it would be raining. It started lightning and then thunder. The storm was blasting into the city of Lucerne. We wandered further down the street ...
... on Flammkuchen and continued our chat where we left off earlier that morning. All too soon though it was time to go, so it was back in the mini and back to get our luggage. This time we got the bus, so the mini was spared! Having huffed and puffed and upset a few Swiss getting our luggage on the train, we bid farewell to Luzern and were excited about our new adventures awaiting us in ...
... cottages and still to this day original business stay on this side even though are business is pushing people to move the new side of the town. The main part of the new section has long wide streets and the modern buildings decorated in Christmas decorations look unbelievable. Christmas markets are through the streets selling mulled wine, traditional food and gifts for Christmas. What a beautiful time of year its amazing to experience this at winter time. ...
... white wine. Such an amazing feeling. After the wondrous gondola experience I was on such a high. Luckily the afternoon was planned already. It was after 6pm and the sun was still quite high, we split into three groups and hopped onto water taxis to take us back to the mainland via the largest canal that took us under the Rialto bridge. What a great afternoon. It was about 720pm when we made it to the hotel so after checking in we went straight downstairs ...