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... and dust as the helicopter hovered right above. Later we would learn that this was actually the largest Christmas tree in Switzerland, a tradition that the town keeps up year after year. It was quite the sight ad certainly helped us start to get in the holiday spirit as we set off for our next stop, Vaduz!
Also on the way to Interlaken (kind of) was the tiny country of Lichtenstein and it’s capital city of Vaduz. Really this was all part of our plan ...
... the old adage “when you are on a good
thing stick to it”. After another
delightful we took a stoll through the red light district watching the girls of
the night trying to sell their wares.
Very impressed, that we did not get approached as new had our wives with
us – better luck next time!!!
The next morning we set off for
Lucerne no dramas at all with the ‘Lamb Brain”
... experience nonetheless and that night I flew to Graz, Austria to meet my first ever travel buddy Andi, who I met in New Zealand 2 years ago. He would be picking me up from the airport and I was so so excited to see him again! :D
Would I come here again? No. Not to Zürich, but I definitely need to see the rest of Switzerland
My photo montage:
... dying lion monument, known as the pride of Lucerne, a medieval castle wall, a beautiful church, and many shops of Swiss watches. I think they are cheaper in the states. I still wasn't feeling to par so I went back for a nap and I think while I was asleep my mom must have drank 5 expresso's as she was bouncing off the walls ready to go out on the town when I woke up. Luckily I felt well enough to eat dinner but no more ...
... of the airport was as usual. I didnt have any francs so I couldn't buy anything. Thirsty as I was. after bringing the dinner to us, (lasagne, not fondue) the attendant brough around little heart shaped chocolates to celebrate valentines. I thought about saving mine for someone special but I ate it instead. I did realise though that in switzerland the duty ...