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... br> ride down this pass.
Sure enough as I went this mist just got thicker and thicker. It’s
certainly not a great feeling going down a cliff edge road with twists and
turns galore in weather like this. Of course my visor didn’t help by steaming
up all the time and eventually I had to simply ride with it open which in turn
makes one’s eyes water.
I plodded down this pass at extremely slow speed and kept my eyes on the
well painted white ...
... lunch at a restaurant and tasted an authentic swiss dessert made out of Maroni in a cafe :-) Well.....not that we enjoyed it much but we were both happy that we tasted some local dessert. I loved my Mushroom soup though. We came back to get onto the boat and waited for it to arrive. We waited for close to an hour as we missed an earlier boat.
Upon starting the return cruise, we realised that we were going on the opposite direction. When we asked the person ...
... only strange thing was no one had asked to look at our passports since London. Europe really is easy to get around. The reason we picked Luzern as a destination was the accessibility to the surrounding mountains. There were a number of options. At the information centre I asked what the best mountain was for people scared of heights. You can imagine the look I got!!!. The lady was ...
... opened a Salon for us to drop our hand carry bags and off they went to discover Lucerne for the day. It was sunny and the glistening water awaited their wanders to sit in the outdoor cafe's along the water edge for coffee and lunches. Being a small city, it doesnt take long to walk the highlights and tomorrow we will be out for the day sightseeing.
Once in the hotel, the tour manager goes to work in reassuring the guests that as soon as the ...
... in, and to give each canton equal power or presence. There isn't 1 specific leader of the parties, rather a group of 7 people voted into the Swiss Federation Council by the publicly elected party members, which serves as the collective head of state. Each year a President and Vice President are chosen from the SFC, meaning that each Councillor becomes Vice President and then President every seven years while in office.
There are four languages spoken in ...