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... from King Ludwig II in Bavaria and his famous castle, Neuschwanstein (New Swan Stone), of which you can see a photo in my very first blog entry from Germany. Anyway, it was a nice day and a nice trip. There are two unfortunate results of this trip that I dare to mention. One, the tasty Swiss dark chocolate I purchased to send home, mysteriously disappeared on a piece by piece ...
... only seen two other large motorcycles out on the road. Are bikers all becoming fair weather riders or what???LOL
At first I thought I was going to have the train to myself but before long bus after bus of mainly Japanese tourists arrive and the place is heaving.
The train arrives on time at 09h50 and departs right on time at 09h55. Every coach of the train is near to bursting with passengers. A few words come out over the train speaker system telling us about ...
... of 'The Chapel Bridge', the water tower, the Lion Monument & the railway station.
This place deserves much more time and hence we decided to uncheck the destination for a later visit.
It was time to head to Zurich and wander around the city for couple of hours and then fly back home.
In all the trip was a great success of meeting my old friend and eating lots of chocolates and cheese.
We will come back, oh beautiful Swiss:)
... so then we had to reverse back down. In normal circumstances the gps is a marvelous tool but it doesn't tell you when there are roadworks!
The scenery was stunning with the beautiful Swiss houses, lush green grass and the cows with their bells around their necks. From the hotel we had a spectacular panaramic view of the city. When day became night and the city twinkled with numerous lights, it was just magical.
... so heavy. Our rösti was like a giant potato hash brown covered in melted cheese, sliced ham, mushroom and onion. Other rösti can also include bacon, eggs, cheese, capsicum, more cheese, etc. The fondue was a very strong mix of melted cheese (heated over a burner filled with a highly exothermic fluoro-green wobbly goo) that you dunked bread or potatoes in then rolled in mushies, pepper, garlic, onion, cumin or something or other. It was quite fun although extremely filling. Once we ...