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... Most shops sell the full range, 151 varieties. We bought one here as well - free engraving! And yes it's true, here they are only called 'army knives'.
After three more trains and three more hours, we arrived at Lucerne. Lucerne is one of the towns I remember visiting when our family was in Europe in 1999. I wanted to take Dave up Mt Pilatus, the journey I'd once taken. We took the gondola from the bottom to 4,649ft then the aerial cableway for the ...
Ok so I did not sleep at all. Was surprisingly comfortable and the movement n noise of the train was almost lulling, but still could not sleep a wink.
We have emerged from the train station though in pretty Zurich after enjoying plenty of spectacular views out of the window of green hills n mountains n lakes. It inspired me to start singing tunes from 'the sound of music'!!
Now sat in a cafe to use wifi ...
... a balmy eveing in the special shelter where they
eat if the weather is suitable. We met Michael - Claudia's brother (
a mechanic whose 27th birthday was today - 1 June. A special cooker
which heated slabs of cheese to melting point, which was then poured
over potatoes in their skin, gherkins and zucchini, and some thin
sliced meats. Her Dad served a nice wine from a relatives farm with
... noted as one of the world’s great train journeys, depart. The follow the train route west to Amdermatt, via yet another pass – the Oberalp. And this is one of the most spectacular yet – we start climbing and are obviously heading into a ski field area – chairlifts and ski field infrastructure on the slopes to both sides of the road, and the snow on the side of the road gets thicker and thicker. At the top of the pass ...
... enjoyed every minute of the waist expanding experience. Unfortunately we had to have a stop over in Basel (a Swiss/French border town) for a couple of hours which brought us back to reality. The one good thing that came out of it though was we found a bizarre fountain that had frozen over (check photos to see). Thus ended our foray into Switzerland. It was expensive, depressing, freezing, warm, beautiful and welcoming all at the same time. Our next stop was Paris to give it another go!