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... for some unknown reason there is a
bucket of coal and a shovel in each cubicle. We have no idea what that is for
but as someone put it "its there to shovel s--it"!!!
Here in the workshops were a number of steam and one diesel locomotives.
The steam locos ranged from original ones which were now over 100 years old
right up to the most modern steam locos on the planet. The old ones were of
course coal fired but these extremely new models which were built in ...
... station/convenience store to get chocolate, telling Will I’d catch up. I saw the indication for Swiss francs come up on the register and thought maybe the transaction wouldn’t be possible but the clerk quickly made a calculation and I was back on the road. As I came up to Will I handed him half the chocolate bar, which he didn’t seem to mind at all. Up we went for what seemed like a long time. We passed a man and a woman cycling and I was tempted ...
... back at the hotel, we spent the next few hours walking around the old town, trying to use the city guide iPhone app to describe the different sights. We made it up to the city wall and climbed one of the towers to look over Lucerne. On our way back down we came across a city square where a young choir was doing some impromptu singing. We eventually made it back down to the river and stopped for a warming coffee, watching the white swans swimming by. We made a final dash to the ...
... stop was the Black Forest where we stopped at a place that had been making cuckoo clocks for generations. He showed us how they ticked, literally and cuckooed. Was fascinating but we weren't interested in owning a clock and after seeing the prices and sizes of some of them, definitely weren't! There was plenty of time to wander around and there were some lovely souvenirs on offer at the two or three stores. Prices were reasonable and we were told they were tax free ...
... increased from 21 to 35 degrees. Go figure that one out! There are lots of Ausfarhts in Switzerland although I didn't see any traffic on them. The scenery in Switzerland is breath taking. Not dissimilar to NZ but with much higher mountains and therefore deeper valleys. They say in Switzerland that its not the mountains that are high but that the valleys are low. The valleys are close to ...