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A lazy start to the morning, breakfast was just perfect before I left for my tour for the day. I was impressed with the hotel, I was very well looked after, they had arranged a taxi for me to join my tour at 9.30am.
A double decker bus and we leave Zurich for Lucerne, travelling through all the country towns, lots of …
... towers over the Lake Luzern and city was invisible during
the snow, but we managed to see it when the snow and rain eventually cleared
the cloud away for a couple of hours.
We did some looking in some shops and a bit of present buying (our suitcases
are struggling for room) but mostly just walked around as it is a small city,
which mostly seemed filled with tourists. We also nearly got taken out on the roads a couple of ...
... side. We decided that we could walk up the other side too. The streets however had other ideas and slowly lead us away from the wall and back towards the river. We sat on the hydro power turbine for a rest before heading back and doing some window shopping before the meet up for the coach home.
The coach bought us back to the hotel for another included dinner of Cabbage soup, Chicken Schnitzel and Spaghetti and a Fruit platter for desert. We then retired to our room for some well earned ...
........With four hundred children ...............And a crop in the fields
Brilliant! Thanks there to King Kenny. ..........err, that's Rogers, not Dalglish, who ever heard of Kenny Dalglish singing Country? Actually, who ever heard of Kenny Dalglish singing anything? He's always looks so miserable, like a homeless man, you can't imagine him even humming, never mind singing.
Anyway, here we are tonight in Lucerne, Switzerland, or just outside the city to ...
Helen and Werner collected us at 10 and we set off towards Interlaken. Stopped to look at fantastic view back down the lake and across beautiful mountains , then we arrived at Ballenberg. This is the Swiss Open-Air Museum set in 163 acres of beautiful Swiss hill country, so lots of exercise as we walked around the 100 reconstructed, mostly wooden houses and other buildings dating back to the 1600s from all ...