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... on Brienzersee has breath taking views. There are so many little towns & hamlets dotted around the lake & they all look so picturesque.
In an empty lot just up the street are several sheep. The really quaint thing is they all wear bells, as do any goats & cows in paddocks.
The people are very friendly but not many speak a lot of English, mostly German, but we are managing to be understood.
... that the amount of additional electricity output available, after everything on the bike is running, is less than needed to run two jackets and four gloves. Thank goodness we did not have the socks on as well! We had to re-consider our plans for using the heated gear. For now we will just disconnect everything and come up with something before it gets too cold.
Things sorted and into Switzerland and fine weather. We purchased new rain coats and decided to wear ...
... as we only have about 2 hours up here I am off to explore.
While most of the others sit having a cup of coffee in the summit
restaurant I head ever further up the path to the very summit of this
From up here I can simply see for mile upon mile. There down below is the
wonderful green coloured Brienzer See with its lake steamers sailing along it.
The massive mountain we had travelled up through with the cave holes in it now
looks tiny from ...
... far from ideal.
Judy and I had come to Lucerne primarily for the steamer excursion on Lake Lucerne and timed our arrival with the 11:15 AM departure of the antique side wheeler Uri (1901) the oldest of five steam powered excursion boats operated by Vier Waldstattersee on Lake Lucerne.
The boat landing is literally across the street from Lucerne's main station so we had time to select and pack ...
... Tellpass was very useful for us, it lasts for a week, with two nominated free days and five half price. As we were planning on two day trips, they were obviously our free days. We didn't use any transport on our third day in Lucerne, but we still saved a considerable amount of money by using the Pass.
It had started to get dark and to rain by then, and after getting to the Tourist Office, we were told ...