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... I guess. That is when I realized I was going to miss all home made delicacies this year. The train ride to Lucerne was a quiet one and a beautiful journey indeed. I listened to all my favourite songs en route. Later on during the journey, there were two very elderly ladies who also boarded the train and it was such bliss to watch them enjoy nature's beauty.
When I arrived at the station, it was pretty crowded and I did not expect that. The staff at ...
... head over the summit.
On heading down the other side we find ourselves travelling through some
wonderful Swiss towns with lovely churches etc. The area is full of small lakes
and waterfalls are coming down the edge of all the surrounding mountains.
Finally the wonderful scenery is changing to housing and industry as we
approach Lucerne and soon the track dips down and into a newly built tunnel
under the city and finally comes out just before ...
... to fill the second bus. Needed to tell this driver to do so and it is hard to talk over bus noise and hate to yell, in case they take it personally. Its just the noise of the situation. Roland was understanding and immediately closed the doors, so all would move toward the first bus. It worked out perfectly and we were on our way. The Gondola up most of the mountain was like heading to the ski fields. We changed to cable cars about 5,000ft altitude ...
... looking at mountains. In fact the night was so clear I was able to distinguish bays, harbours and coastlines by the lights of in habitation but none in those mountainous regions could be discerned! No wonder such a difficult war. Landing in Zurich, we could see snow on the alps! Stunning! 5 hours in the airport sort of put us off the beauty as the next leg was only 1 and a half hours to London! But eventually we got ...
... were massacred in 1792. There was a man playing a horn which was in obvious tribute to fallen soldiers as some of the crowd were quite emotional. My photos can't capture the actual expression of its face; very touching indeed. I then went on to walk around Old Town while the children swam. There are three towers that the public can climb Schiemer, Zyt and Mannli. Towers are part of the rampart walls built in 1386 and remain largely intact. The oldest city ...