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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 ...
... his shoulders indicating no help at all, a lady and her daughter came up to me and asked if I was looking for tickets. There in her hand was my envelope, rescued from the bathroom stall where Amelia and I placed all our gear to pee. I gave her the biggest hug and found out she was from Vera Beach in Florida. She knew all about my family after reading the details on our tickets. That small-world intervention saved me from total family failure.
Back to ...
... had on and then on to the Paddle boats in Lake Lucerne. One hour was not enough paddling around looking at the Alps, swans and magical scenery. Some time shopping and searching for a cheap place to eat which was recommended by the attendant at the paddle boat centre. It was a dump...an old RSL type with people smoking inside and all old men. Need less to say dinner was at the Hollywood bar (a different ...
... many and varied murals painted on what seems like every other building. A nice short walk on the Museggmauer starts at the Schirmer-Turm, walk up the road near Jazzkantine, open only at daytime. The first day we explored Lucerne itself.Splurged on some swiss chocolates and took a leisurely walk across the beautiful old town. Copy pasting some further info about Lucerne tourism Complete with gable paintings, the covered, medieval ...
... city’s patron saints added into the structure. The bridge offers a panoramic view of the lake, the city of Lucerne and the distant mountain range – perfectly reconstructing your desktop background.
But if, like me you can’t resist snapping your own unique shot (that maybe a stranger off Google doesn’t own the rights to), you need to take a walk up the Musegg Wall, another part of the fortification of ...