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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... idea of a national museum. The young architect Gustav Gull used various historical architectural elements from the late Middle Ages and the modern era. Today the National Museum in Zurich is regarded as an exceptional museum of the 19th century and as a monument of national importance. For lunch I went to Restaurant Zur Sonne in Zurich. I had a chicken breast with a side salad. The ...
... that normal citizens were supposed to eschew. The items that struck me most at the museum were a painting of a heretic being burned at the stake and the fragments of a statue of a bishop, which had been destroyed during the reformation.
I then went to Kirche St. Peter (St. Peter Church), which was consecrated in 1706 as the first church to be built after the Reformation under Protestant rule. An interesting fact about the church is that ...
... pushing us up above the fog and clouds for some spectacular views. The town itself was pretty quiet since we were pretty much between the busy seasons of summer and winter so we walked around a bit and then had dinner at our hotel before calling it a night.
The next morning we got a pretty early jump and enjoyed lots of beautiful views on the drive over to Interlaken. But first we had a couple of stops to make. First on our list was the tiny town of St. ...
... train, on the adjacent platform, was due to leave in ten minutes, so a major crisis was averted. Soon after leaving Andermatt the train entered a tunnel, and after about twenty minutes we emerged from the other side of the Swiss Alps. We were slightly disappointed to learn that we had missed out on thirty kilometres of Swiss Alps, but we were soon again wowed by the seemingly endless mountain scenery here. We noticed another change at this stage of the journey. ...
... used to make cheese. During the winter the cows are kept in the valley and fed on silage. This milk is not suitable for cheese and is used for milk, butter, etc. Upon our return we did our washing and finished our souvenir shopping. This evening was our farewell dinner. It was held at the Lucerne Militaermuseum restaurant. I had tomato soup and deep fried perch. I thought that it was quite nice. Anne ...