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... Palace in Paris in 1792 during the French Revolution. The shield at its head has the cross of Switzerland on it and the one under its paw has the fleur de lise of France. It is a beautiful sculpture and worth the short walk to see it.
Onto the Museggmauer (Musegg Wall) which has nine towers and used to form part of the Northern defense of Lucerne. The clock on the Zyt Tower was built in 1535 and is the town’s oldest and still working. The ...
... I carried the cases down the three long flights of stairs (the biggest downside to this place) and left Anita on the corner with the luggage while I went to get the car. Car loaded we headed to Aix en Provence TVG. The Europcar desk was unattended so the messier from Hertz said to just park in the Europcar space and put the key in the pigeon hole outside. We checked the car to make sure there was no damage. In particular I checked the wheels as we had certainly scrapped tyres on gutters. ...
... would have
been well over $100AUD, so we decided to miss it and do it once we get home for
a lot less. We also experienced language barriers here- Eric ordered a kebab and ended up with kebab meat and chips in a box.
The only touristy thing we did was look at the many churches in the city and
visiting The Lion Monument. After seeing pictures of the monument, I only thought
it would be small, around the size of a large canvas ...
... lunch of fondue and steak-frites.
After a brief walk to the Lake Lucerne waterfront and more photos, we headed back to our car and exited the city further south, to ride along the lake with the alps towering above us for a few miles, before returning via a different non-autobahn route to experience some more of northern Switzerland on our way ...
... in Switzerland – which like most of the rest of Europe was hardly a happy story. Through many periods Jews were used a scapegoats by the general population. We were not allowed to live in the same neighborhoods as Christians, and were often bared from most forms of commerce. During the Second World War, much of Switzerland sympathized with the Nazis and Jews were not officially recognized as refugees.
The Swiss political system is interesting as well. They have ...