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... is a wooden bridge with triangular panels depicting the development of the city and republic in the old times. We walked thru the old town and after to the new town and the Lucerne train station, Swiss shops do not open on sundays, and the Swiss Marathon is going on today. We crossed over about 4 bridges and leisurely walked along the lake. The highlight today is actually watching the riverboat get thru the first lock of the Rhine. So what is a lock. ...
... was the “classic” approach, the one used in the Giro d’Italia. There was a funny little scene that unfolded right before they turned. We came upon a lane closure for construction but we had the red light. Everyone slowed to a stop but since no one was coming from the other direction some of the club riders started to go. I heard one of them laugh “siamo in Italia”, (“we’re in Italy”) to explain/justify forging on in ...
... find them. You would think this an easy task but you literally couldn't see more than 20meters in front of you. After locating our position on the observation deck, we headed off into the white unknown and not 30 meters later found some stairs, and then a three storey building. We couldn't believe it was just there. We found the restaurant and had a light lunch, Joe ordering the smoked char fillet and salad and expected beef but ending up with fish. It didn't actually say beef. I had ...
... Scheidegg (last stop before going up the mountain). We found some cows in a paddock which was pretty interesting because the farmers put bells on their necks which make noise constantly as the poor cow is trying to go about its daily business. The bell size differs depending on the cows importance apparently - so a good milker will get a much bigger bell! I got a good photo to send back to the Fonterra team back in Auckland/Hamilton who are having fun on the audit at the ...
... coast. I met a Dutchman in his early 20's on the ferry over named Lucas, and he and I became quick friends, as we were the only younger people on the tour traveling by ourselves and we had quite a bit in common. He and I hung out in the hotel bar our first night, where it was mostly Moroccan men with the exception of two very beautiful Moroccan women that got the attention of all of us when they danced to the husband-wife tandem that played and sang arabic music with ...