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... head over the summit.
On heading down the other side we find ourselves travelling through some
wonderful Swiss towns with lovely churches etc. The area is full of small lakes
and waterfalls are coming down the edge of all the surrounding mountains.
Finally the wonderful scenery is changing to housing and industry as we
approach Lucerne and soon the track dips down and into a newly built tunnel
under the city and finally comes out just before ...
... like it had been burnt on the stove, as a bitter taste was throughout the dessert. Once the kitchen was made aware of the incident, new desserts were quickly brought out to replace the spoiled ones. The replacement was much better...a trio of white chocolate, dark chocolate mousse and whipped cream served with a garnish of fresh mint and strawberry.
After dinner we decided to go for a walk down behind the hotel into a small village area. The sun had already set, so we didn't ...
... lot of photos today. I use the camera, phone and iPad to take photos. John seems to think that I take too many.... From the train you can see many layers of walls built up the mountains. They are designed to stop avalanches and provide a grim reminder of the dangers locals and skiers face each winter. After the train we bussed it to Lucerne. What a city. Everywhere you look there are characterful buildings surrounding a stunning ...
... reached a bridge with two way traffic and no room for bicycles, especially pulling children. We obviously missed our turn. While Jesse looked at our map Will went into the Suzuki dealership and was told to go back to the lake and turn. We were just beginning to realize the map was useless. It seemed rather tranquil as we cruised around the lake not having any idea what was coming. We began to apply breaks as the twisting mountain descended and dropped as we ...
... right on the Reuss River. The weather was perfect and our pasta carbonara was too. We walked a little more and found an ice cream shop, ordered two cones, and stood on the bridge watching the sun hide itself behind some clouds. We noticed a family of ducks (father, mother and 5 ducklings) right underneath us, so Pete generously shared his cone with the feathered family. They quacked in appreciation and we retired for the night. More from Switzerland ...