Belvedere Swiss Q Seehotel
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... is going northbound but the water level in the river actually goes down, and you do not want the boat go down the river as in a waterfall. So the boat gets into a lock which has cement walls on both sides and both the front and back gates closes and the water is pumped out to lower the boat into the proper level and keep on going forward. it is a great engineering feature for the riverboat crusing on the river. Total steps walked today 15,651 or 7 ...
... who’s father was an art dealer, patron and friend of many of the artists displayed there, including Pablo Picasso, Paul Klee and Marc Chagall. It has on display over 200 paintings and drawings of these and more 19th and 20th century masters, is one of the premier Picasso collectio.ns in the world. I found this place in doing my early research for the trip and it as well as Lucerne seemed like a must when in Switzerland. With me ...
So we tasted a few countries, just a sample like a box of Swiss chocolates and it has left us wanting more. We hope to return next Spring/Summer and spend a bit more time exploring and visiting these regions.
It has been such a lovely time catching up with so many people we met from our last trip, reacquainting ourselves with them, learning about their post travel lives, sharing ours. There is something special and connecting about motorcycling and travelling.
... streets and then sat down for a
coffee in a wonderful little restaurant on the banks of the river.
Lucerne is full of birdlife and as we sat down to drink our coffee and
biscuits little Sparrows turned up begging for food. Like most of the birds in
the city they have become extremely tame to humans and will happily sit there
and eat from ones hand.
The river is swarming with ducks and swans and so one of our party bought
... Reuss River, which drains Lake Lucerne. After snapping photos, we found a restaurant overlooking the bridge and had a swiss lunch of fondue and steak-frites.
After a brief walk to the Lake Lucerne waterfront and more photos, we headed back to our car and exited the city further south, to ride along the lake with the alps towering above us for a few miles, before returning via a different non-autobahn route to experience some more of northern Switzerland on our way ...