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... 15.8599996566772px;">Our hotel is lovely. We were able to pop out of the train station and walk across the bridge to our hotel. As a side note, cobblestone streets were not made for heavy luggage, wheels or not. We have a room on the fifth floor, overlooking the water and oldest covered bridge in Europe. The bridge dates back to 1333, the tower predates by about 30 years. Our first glimpse of the city is beautiful. The shops in old town are pretty, ...
... Off we went down to better footing with occasional steep hills that required Amelia to get out and walk as we pushed upward and onward. Eventually, after an hour or more, we hit a firm surface winding around farms and rivers reminding us of the setting on our previous biking trip. A headwind off the mountains made pedaling more challenging and unbeknownst to Brett the trailer tire was flat. The next village provided the welcomed sight of a bike shop and ...
... a woman try to hand-feed a swan. Wondered if we were going to get treated to a bitten hand or a dunk, screaming or all. After a couple of attempts, she must have re-thought this whole scenario and walked back up to shore. Sometimes I wonder if people completely turn off their brains for common sense while on vacation....
Another memorable landmark: the twin needle towers of the Church of St. Leodegar - see Feb 22 ...
... in a picturesque landscape. There's the obligatory town clocktower, remains of a thousand year-old century castle perched on a hill, and a river of cobalt blue running beside the town.
Zurich is more impressive, though. Lake Zurich is the focal point of the city, and its breathtaking. Cobalt blue (I really need to think of a new shade of blue) waters, ...
... of the city's streets and buildings painted every shade of blue you can imagine, but it's located at the foot of some very imposing and beautiful mountians. Our tour guide for the day was pretty much the coolest old guy ever. It felt like we were walking around with the mayor, and we endearingly nicknamed him Papa Smurf. Oh, and did I mention that he sounded like Master Yoda when he spoke? He also was quite hilarious. When he asked us all where we were from, a group ...