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... 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 ...
... br> The other was for sale.
T chatted with him awhile about the bike.
Then we headed to The Lion Monument (L÷wendenkmal) and Glacier Garden (Gletschergarten Luzern).
This is a natural monument and museum that shows when Switzerland was covered by glaciers 20,000 years ago.
Natural Monument - There's canvas roofing to protect the natural monument. Below are potholes and boulders proving Lucerne was once covered by ...
... cream, then an ice cream - thank heavens we had skipped lunch!
The house she and Willy live in was built by her father and he finished it just as she was born, so it is nearly 80 years old. I remember being there when i was 8 years old and I remember a long garden, surrounded by meadows with cows in. Now, directly around her house, retirement flats are being built. The foundations are deep and the excavations have affected her house. ...
... making business, where we see a brief demonstration of the manufacturing process. Then it’s time to explore the shop & the many, many styles of cuckoo clocks available for purchase. We are able to have lunch in the restaurant, but we have a traditional "Black Forest Cake" & a coffee. We also walk around the little hamlet – there was this huge high arched stone railway bridge which was really impressive.
Back on the bus, we travel on ...
... church of Peterkirche, the university, Fraumunster and the Landenmuseum were all visited. Transports included tram, walking, riverboat, tram and walking, and a late lunch was taken at the food chain that serves the best curly fries in the world.
However, not far from Zurich lies Berg, in the canton of Thurgau. There lives Isabelle, a fellow traveller from my recent South East Asia ...