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After enjoying the magnificent train ride we arrived in Lucerne in the afternoon. Here was an amazingly neat urban environment, people respected their city and seemed to respect road rules whether in a car, on a bike or on foot. It also was one of the most vibrant bike cultures we had seen yet in Europe with all walks of life embracing the freedom that pedalling on two wheels gives you. Lucerne was also pretty funky with a very ...
... 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 ...
... had a free afternoon which was spent in a Swiss cafe enjoying hot chocolate and walking across the oldest complete wooden bridge in Europe. We headed back to the hotel and got ready for dinner Dee pampered Mikhaila and got her hair and makeup done. Dinner was in a traditional Swiss restaurant where we delighted in Swiss cheese fondue mmmmmm this was delicious we love cheese. Back to the hotel to pack and get ready for Paris. ...
... a spot on one of the lakes at Lucerne. Had to put the van on a train to go through one of the mountain tunnels ... way squeezy - had to drive right through the train with only a couple of inches to spare on each side... interesting trip. Drove past the Eiger - had earlier decided to give the train trip to the top a miss ... CHF177 each ! (about ...
... the alps and go through to Interlaken on the way as we had plenty of time. We took the turn for Interlaken and started heading up over a mountain range Well I never thought we could experience any better views than those we had already had to date but to see these mountains and valleys half in snow with gushing waterfalls from the snow caps running down the sides of these mountains was just majestic! We kept heading upwards for another ...