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... to A$302. From Vevey it rained all the way to Basel via Bern, the Swiss capital. I saw a little bit of snow on the tops of the mountains, but not a lot, I saw more in Northern Europe in June last year. Last time I was in Vevey I visited a couple of chocolate factories but not today.“ We arrived at the MS Excellence Queen in Basel (pronounced Barsel) at 4:30 pm. This ship is a sister ship of the MS Excellence Rhone but is much newer, ...
... in the city go off and groups of people all in costumes and masks (many passed down for years) march around the streets with pipes and drums only lit by lanterns on their head and large ones being pulled by people. The lanterns and music have political themes but the overall celebration is to say goodbye to winter and usher is the fresh new spring. So in touring the city that day we saw masks, drums, pipes and streamers in widows as well as people ...
... back down. It was only when we headed down that we found out that the track/rails were laid in 1887 and carriages were made in 1937 when the track was turned into electric. We got down around 5:45, then headed into Lucern for diner, Diana took us to an amazing Italian restaurant on the edge of the lake in town. It was quite a flash restaurant where they take your coats at ...
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A quick stop at the local ski store opposite the train station to kit out Emile with ski shoes, poles and helmet. Cost sf20.
Yep, I portered Noel's all the way from the apartment.
The ski school is two minutes walk from the first bus stop in Brunni. ...
... Germany’s brews.
The rain had stopped by the time we left and we walked around Zurich past a few gorgeous churches and along the river’s edge. There was a surprisingly large amount of birdlife with huge swans swimming and dipping in the water.
It was chilly but not as cold as London was the previous day, and no sign of snow. Suppose that is a good thing. We found our way home and got ready to have an early night which we hadn’t had for ages.