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- Free parking
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... of the Church of St. Leodegar in Lucerne.
Ever since then, the Pilatus dragons have been revered as good-natured, helpful creatures. And sometimes, on a dark night, when the moon is playing hide and seek behind ragged clouds, a giant shadow passes across its face. Visitors to Mount Pilatus may just catch the faint sound of the beating of leather wings. Should this happen and a trace of the beneficial powers dust lightly over them, then they are very lucky people ...
... in the eves of people from all walks of life always with a skeleton in the vicinity. The moral is that all of us will eventually die, no matter how young, old, rich or poor. A gruesome depiction of the human reality.
What to say about Lucerne? Splendid? Impressive? Amazing? Or all of the above and more. Around every corner there is a square with a fountain and a statue to impress. Apparently the water is drinkable but Brenda and I ...
... up to the first checkpoint, and marveled at how the vistas became more dramatic with each passing second. We rose higher and higher, watching as more and more of the landscape opened up below: green rectangles of farmland, the blue Lake Lucerne, and the mountain’s face directly beneath us, complete with cows jangling their cowbells just as all good Swiss cows should.
We rode straight on through the first checkpoint, up to the second, where ...
... the city are lined with stores and restaurants featuring apartments overlooking the crowded streets. Public streetcars are also everywhere, making transportation very simple and efficient. We even passed by Einsteins apartment in Bern, which was neat because his window was marked with a picture of him staring out. Just for you math and physics people, aka Caroline and Christine, I will include a picture. Our walk ended through the city ended at one of ...
... as well have not even been there, they were about 5cm thick and virtually useless.
We did see the funny side though and took our police line up photos holding our ****** pillows before making our bed and heading out in search of dinner. We had decided to cook again and we had also discovered that we would have to provide our own breakfast in this hostel! On the bright side, did this mean that I was finally going to get the baked beans for breakfast that I had been ...