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... the city suffered enormously in the Black Plague in 1350, saw the Catholics gain an increasing foothold, oppressed peasants (there was no Occupy movement back then) and embraced democracy during the French Revolution (more on this later). They developed an obsession for cheese, chocolate, yodeling, expensive watches and private banking in the year 1492. Today, Lucerne is among the most visited cities in the world (appearing on the list just after Cheyenne, Wyoming), but - ...
... where we got to choose from three local restaurants, in chick to dine. Grissies decided to eat at Wirtschaft zur ente. There we had a wonderful dinner: Started with an aperitif of champagne, mineral water, elderflower syrup, lime piece and mint - very refreshing and a great summer drink. Will have to see where I can source the elderflower syrup from .... hmmmm Then bruschetta with tomatoes and a hint of chilli - the tomatoes in both Italy and here have been ...
... was rather warm so we decided to go find Ma n pa's old hotel in Ringgenburg, an hour later up hill and down dale, jeez our legs are gonna be sore tomorrow, we arrived and we could see why they loved this little typical Swiss hotel over looking Lake Brienz, stopped for a coffee then cycled back into Interlaken. Stopping for lunch in the big Central Park area and watched the parasender's come into land. Did abit more exploring until we decided that if we ...
... for the station we heard John yelling from behind to turn around. For Will and attached Corbin this meant driving further up to a place to turn around. I was getting use to hopping off for readjustments. Unlike my Bluebird of years past, swinging a leg over required more high stepping and a hop as the bar was higher than my old model. Soon we were blocks away only to separate again with Brett and kids. He asked a passing lady and made the adjustment to find ...
Since Thursday's kickoff of Fasnacht, celebrating was all over Lucerne day & night with many costumed people about.
River quay-sides were always busy too.
We walked towards main town and if possible, it was even busier out.
The Schweizerhofquai Seebrücke, bridge and main road from Luzern Bahnhof towards old town, was actually closed again.
Deja-vu. People were lining up along ...