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Today is : Wednesday October 8, 2014 The Weather was : Foggy and cold in the am, cloudy and then sunny in the afternoon. 18 Today’s main activities were : Travel to Lucerne and Mt Pilatus Not a very promising morning as it had been raining most of the night and Fribourg was shrouded in fog as it often this time of year. 6am weather forecasts …
... both have the lovely aroma of Chanel No 6 or au de bovine/dynamic lifter. A gentle scent which just makes you realise you are in the countryside.When we got back to town we went and saw the Lion Monument which was dedicated to the 700 soldiers who died for the freedom of Switzerland from the Hapsburgs. Interestingly the sculpture wasn't paid correctly so you can see the shape of a pig in the rock around the lion. Then some shopping before returning to the hotel for tea.
... be forgotten. Some of us took to the slopes and slide down on our bums and boy did we go at a speed, a wet bum but a great experience. We were back in Lucerne about 4pm, a walk into town across the famous Chapel Bridge, looked in the window of the Rolex shop, everything is very expensive in Switzerland, it was time for a drink & dinner, bed ready for a big day driving to Venice. GOEDE ...
... a much harder task than we thought. We eventually found an upmarket hamburger place and working there was a skip girl from Sydney who was very helpful to us with ordering. What a treat, great burgers were enjoyed by all. It was then off to make our way back to our hotel for a good nights sleep.
Day two was a continuation of day one visiting more of the tourist attractions, stopping off at a nice bakery ...
... can continue with motorcycle travel, Julian in tow, or on the side perhaps.
We had a great few days with everyone. The 'Slalom Hill Trials' were on in a nearby village and we spent the day watching cars competing for the fastest times up the mountain, eating wurst, enjoying the fine weather and German culture.
A visit to the Sinheim Auto & Teknik Museum was remarkable and unusual day. Covering 30,000m2 in area, this museum is the only place in ...