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... last day of our visit to treat Anya’s developing ear infection, right before our flight out. This was a doctor’s visit that I will probably never forget. We called at 9:30 and the doctor confirmed a slot within the hour. 10 minutes after we entered we were called in for a thorough exam by an intense, but incredibly friendly doctor in a spotless office. The diagnosis was made and the appropriate ...
... for us. It was walking distance from the railway and the city centre. Once we checked in we went for dinner at a pub overlooking Lake Luzern and the famous Chapel Bridge. We then had a walk over the Chapel bridge and through the town which dates back to the medieval ages. The lake and the mountains reminded me a lot of Queenstown in NZ. Tomorrow we would be going to the top of one of ...
... br> The other was for sale.
T chatted with him awhile about the bike.
Then we headed to The Lion Monument (L÷wendenkmal) and Glacier Garden (Gletschergarten Luzern).
This is a natural monument and museum that shows when Switzerland was covered by glaciers 20,000 years ago.
Natural Monument - There's canvas roofing to protect the natural monument. Below are potholes and boulders proving Lucerne was once covered by ...
... Rigi in any way. We headed inside the Rigi Kulm Hotel for a quick lunch of Goulash Soup and rolls.
After lunch we took a few photos and decided to head back down and cruise back to Lucerne. There was no view whatsoever and it was freezing cold. We caught the cogwheel back down to Vitznau to find that we had an hours wait for the next boat. We popped into a local hotel with a great lake view to while ...
... isn't much to see there so we were content with going back to the hotel to get some sleep and be ready to hit the road early to get to Interlaken. Interlaken is stunning - it was recommended to us by both Anna Moresby who now lives in Switzerland, and also Ange and Doug who had once again been there a few weeks earlier than us! It is kind of like Queenstown in terms of the adventure type activities you can do like parachuting and canyoning etc etc. We got there at midday and ...
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