Moevenpick Hotel Egerkingen
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On 10/5 we had a pleasant 2 hour train ride with only one change of train from Schaffhausen to Lucerne. The weather was nice so we had lunch in an outdoor cafe and walked yaround Old Town Lucerne. The place was mobbed with people, noisy with construction and like a big outdoor shopping mall. The city landmark, Chapel Bridge and Water Tower, was under renovation and not accessible to walk across. The ...
... here's a funny (but true) story: in 1678 the good burghers of Valais, sick and tired of being flooded every time the Aletsch glacier calved enormous chunks of ice into the glacial lake, causing it to overflow, made a formal vow to live virtuously so that god would stop the growth of the glacier. But in 2009 they applied to the pope to be allowed to rescind their vow, because the glacier has shrunk so much that they are afraid it will ...
... we might just do something, no promises. If this is the last one, there's just time for one more great anecdote featuring The WAG.
Briefly, she was using her tablet for emails or something the other day, and wanted to watch a video. As she didn't want to disturb the old boy, she plugged the headphones in to the headphone socket on the side, and pressed 'play'. After a couple of minutes, and some fiddling around with the video controls etc., she says to Ali, ...
... when the weather cooperates. We still have another group dinner here tomorrow, so we'll keep our fingers crosses (not that I believe in luck...good or bad.)
Our meal tonight consisted of a cream of tomato soup, roasted chicken breast with a creamy mustard sauce, roasted potatoes and crisp green beans. It was very good. Dessert arrived and was a creamy chocolate mousse. However, as everyone took their first mouthful, scrunched up faces could be seen around the tables. The ...
... is a special day. Forty years ago, Sandy and I went up to Mt. Pilatus overlooking Lake Lucerne and had a picnic lunch. It was one of our greatest day of the trip in 1974. We're going to try to duplicate that trip if we can tomorrow. It should be fun...or at least fun trying!
Heading to bed now and hoping the crowd outside quiets down a bit sometime.
Take care my family and friends!