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... up for two nights, and also show us around. This proved to be fascinating, and Peter could easily get a job as a local tour guide!
Basel is a very old town, with many buildings going back five and six centuries, but still in use as houses, shops or offices, and still in remarkably good condition. Peter took us to a local pub for lunch during our tour of the town, where we enjoyed some typical local ...
... and mariachi music playing in the background. Funny the things that remind us of home :). It was a good reminder that we are heading home in morning. After 15 days of an amazing, unforgettable, European Adventure, we are ready to go home to American comforts and our kitties and friends. We will check in one last time tomorrow with a wrap-up about things we learned, favorites, and least favorites of our trip. Stay tuned one last ...
We left dark and early on a water taxi for the train station. It was 2 and a half hours to Milan and I slept half the way there. Milan to Basel was 4 hours and a beautiful ride. We rode past lake Como and planned the area as a stop for our next European vacation. It was gorgeous. We also rode passed the snow capped peaks of the Swiss Alps. The mountains were HUGE and the little towns were nestled right up to the base of them. It was quite picturesque. I tried to capture a ...
When I woke up I thought today was Christmas day, safe to say time zones are still a little confusing! Anyway the plan was to have a relaxing Christmas day an just chill, eat and play cards, because nothing will be open. Since today was actually Christmas eve we decided to find something to do. Trip advisor was very helpful and I found a map function which shows you a map with attractions on it so you can see what's nearby. So ...
... forest which would otherwise have easily been missed. The town was built around a lovely old abbey which was open free to the public and had a beautiful painted ceiling and huge marble pillars. There was also a stream running through the middle of the town next to the main street, which made a nice little walk with shops on one side and the river flowing along side us. We stopped at a café for ...