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Despite the grey and gloomy skies, today was a day filled with fun and games. It all started from 5am - this is how our day panned out :) #1 - The blanket. Last night, Karen and I took one set of bunk beds (Karen on top bunk, me on bottom bunk). Unlike everyone else, I used my blanket to sleep as I had felt cold (was probably fighting the last bits of the stupid cold I'd come down with the other day). At about 5am, Karen kicked off her blanket. Theoretically it should ...
... and I spotted a little Italian restaurant on the river where we enjoyed a delicious dinner of risotto ( best I've ever had) and pasta. We wandered through the city before returning to the hotel for bed. The next morning we were up early for our carriage and countryside experience. Lucky for us, the sun was shining and there was no sign of rain. This was one of my all time favourites as we were taken by horse drawn carriages through beautiful green pastures, apple orchards ...
... back in Lucerne about 4pm, a walk into town across the famous Chapel Bridge, looked in the window of the Rolex shop, everything is very expensive in Switzerland, it was time for a drink & dinner, bed ready for a big day driving to Venice.
Mount Titlis (3,238 m) is a mountain in the Urner Alps of Switzerland. It is located on the border between the cantons of Obwalden ...
Today we just enjoyed a quiet day walking around the streets of Luzern and enjoying the town. We went on the small tourist train which takes about 45 minutes to go around the town with a commentary. It was a very enjoyable way to learn more about Luzern and it's history. I then went and enjoyed a quiet ale in a the beautiful city square while the ...
... buildings, and parking garages it didn't look much like it fit with the other Alpen towns we would see. Nevertheless, we wanted to see Geneva for the incredible role it has played in history and the global influence it has today.
Once we had walked to the edge of the city, we found a little cafe to grab a bite to eat before spending the rest of the day on foot. We were astonished at how expensive everything was! Switzerland is on the Franc, their ...