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... I’ve found is actually navigating city streets that frequently change from two lanes into one or into turn-only lanes. I did find myself in one situation where a lane closed in on me and I had to accelerate to prevent a collision, only to see a flash go off from the left barricade. Something tells me that I’ll be getting a ticket notification from the rental company once I get home!
We get to Lucerne and drive through the middle of town ...
Today we just enjoyed a quiet day walking around the streets of Luzern and enjoying the town. We went on the small tourist train which takes about 45 minutes to go around the town with a commentary. It was a very enjoyable way to learn more about Luzern and it's history. I then went and enjoyed a quiet ale in a the beautiful city square while the ...
... the steep mountain section ahead. The train speed
is reduced to about 15kph or so as we head onto the steep rack section. Once all
the gears have engaged onto the rack the driver can accelerate up the steep
Soon we are climbing way up into the mountains and are well over 1000m.
Unfortunately there are a large number of trees blocking the view making
photography difficult. The weather has also changed slightly and its rather wet
... then passing thru small farming towns and villages that dotted the valley that approached Lucerne.
About 20 miles north of Lucerne we got our first glimpse of the magnificent swiss alps. In spite of the bright sunny day, a haze softened the impact of the peaks as we got closer to Lucerne Zentrum.
We drove to the lake front in town, found parking nearby, then walked across the Kapellbrüke (Chapel Bridge), a Lucerne landmark, built in 1333. The bridge ...
... or from your own country on the other side of the world is awesome. 3) A lot of international folks have an interesting opinion of America and Americans until they go there or meet one. 4) Listen to your body and it will treat you well, don't and suffer the consequences. Hungry? Eat. Tired? Sleep. Thirsty? Drink. Need excercise? Do it. Need some JoJo time? Take it. 5) I miss my bed. 6) Europe is EXPENSIVE. Pictures to come hopefully sooner than later. That's all for now ...