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... parade of big bands, lights and lanterns. After the parade, all the bands wander through the city playing joyful music.
Thank You Internet.
Alright. Let's go see and experience this Fasnacht. A first for me, T's an old hand.
We managed to sardine along and squeeze through the throngs along Kapellplatz and ended up beside the corner building; we were not going to get any further.
In Lucerne ...
... 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 ...
... changes during the day. Tea was yummo. Three courses, salad, chicken cooked to perfection, with what appeared to be hash browns and then an apple pastry type dessert. The idea of the night was to meet and greet the rest of the tourists. The tour group is a mix from many countries. We were split into two tables, the majority of our table was American, but there are kiwis, Thai, Indians and some we are yet to meet. The washing by hand process started tonight, fun ...
... away with glee. The beat was so bouncy that we followed, moving our shoulders up and down and swaying to the music. It was a blast! Soon, our host, Sylvia, was onstage introducing the band and announcing our honeymoon. She had us stand up so everyone could see us. Then we sat down and heard clinking glasses willing us to kiss. So we gave the crowd what they asked for then laughed hard.
The first course was bread and cheese fondue, then came a simple garden ...
The village where it stands today has been relocated from its original position, as in the late 1600’s the entire village was washed away in a huge flood. We were shown photos of a similar flood that would have washed away the village if it had been in its original position. Tomorrow off to Paris. A couple of the attached photos are from our swiss night on the 25/06/12 and our trip to San Gimngiano.