Hotel Krone Lenzburg
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... I heard that his Dad was in bad health, I thought I better go and see both of them. Sadly the boss's wife past away years ago of cancer.
Another train ride from Brig to Olten and from Olten to Lenzburg got me there for lunch time.
We had a nice visit. Pascal even squeezed me into his busy schedule and gave me a haircut. ...
... was a student - a dingy, dumpy dive that must have earned him a "C-" grade; and the nearby, world-famous Cultural and Congress center, a massive, squat edifice that serves as symphony hall, convention center and art museum all wrapped into one, and that does one thing extremely well - blocks much of the surrounding mountain scenery, particularly with a roof that looks as though someone misplaced an airport runway and put it on top of a building. The rest of Lucerne, though, ...
... with the instructions for use on the back of the door. I am not sure why you need this but-whatever? Off again over the Swiss border and into Austria. Back to using Euro again. The scenery as we drive along is incredible. No photo can really do it justice, especially out of the bus window. They love tunnels here as well. One we went through today was 10 kilometres long. We stopped for ...
The glass factory was open on weekdays so no problem with getting in today. A walking exhibit told us all about the history of this art and the factory itself. The lady gave strict instructions that the children were not allowed to touch anything and other than Corbin fingering a small boat we did very well. After you move from one room to the other for the story a door swings open and you walk out on a platform overlooking the men at work blowing the glass. It ...
... 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 ...