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... Ray got home and had a chance to relax, we headed back to the pool for another swim (again we were the only ones there!).....life is rough.
Tomorrow we are meeting up with the LO who is going to show us around the local shops and market areas.July 25 -So we must have done something right, today the TV cable guys showed up and connected us up. We were anxiously waiting to see if the package that we chose actually had any english channels or not. Good news, ...
... river was filled with sailboats and swans. It was so peaceful watching the sunset. Later that night we met up with Matt's old roommate, Artem. He has been living in Zurich for almost a year now. We grabbed a couple beers and walked along the river. There were a lot of people out including street musicians. It was nice sitting by the water listening to music.
The next day I went out to explore while Matt was at work. I walked ...
... and turned down the 3000 some feet of elevation back to the village.
Since the weather was so clear we decided to head back to the pool area at our hotel since the outdoor hot tub was positioned with a view of the Matterhorn. It was amazing! There’s nothing like being in a hot tub when it’s cold outside and of course the view was the icing on the cake. So after getting all pruney and deciding we’d had enough we headed back to the room to ...
... somewhere nice to eat. We wandered along an outdoor restaurant strip
to find a suitable eatery, we chose to eat inside as it was raining. A couple of beers and a nice Swiss meal – we
were very impressed. Then it was time
for a quick meeting to decide the next day’s adventure. We retired around 10.30 pm
The next day it was off to the
Station to purchase our tickets for Lucerne and as we were looking at a map ...
... The train took us outside the city a little high in the hills of Switzerland to Uetilberg. When we got there we didn't realize that we had to walk a mile up a hill to get to the top. When we got there we rested a little and then Dawn and I climbed 176 steps to the top of the look out. What a sight from the top, it was great and well worth going up ...