The Hotel Lucerne
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... tiny mountain villages all the while never really being very far from base.
We stopped for a visit to the Schmuckers brewery for a beer and bretzel (deliciously savoury bread pretzel, goes extremely well with beer). Grant sampled his first beer in over 30 year and came to the conclusion that he would' stick to wine’.
A family dinner at a local restaurant eating traditional Odenwald fare concluded our all but brief stay in Germany. We ...
... are specially designed trains for this
As this railway is a mixture of mountain sections as well as long flat
level sections these trains are designed to operate at speed and also on a rack
system on the very steep sections.
We were booked a coach for our party at the rear of the train which was a 3
car unit simply attached to the rear of the main train. However some of us
decided to sit in the main train for the simple reason ...
... home of the legendary William Tell. Went around the little museum, with really good video in English about him and about the Gottard Pass. Then looked at the mural on the church wall and the little William Tell chapel - inside murals of the story of the apple, and also inside, a statue of St Sebastian. Drove on to Altdorf, where William actually shot the arrow at the apple on his son's head. Mural monument ...
... sitting right up on a thin peak of a mighty high mountain. Its only when you realize how thin this mountain peak is that one wonders how they ever got the railway tunnel together with all the other tunnels built into such a small tiny space.
I head off along what seems a mighty long and rather dark tunnel in search of the viewpoints. It’s rather cold in here and not a single person is to be seen. It somehow has a bit of a scary feeling about it!!
... through the reams of travel literature I amassed and settled on two reliable sources - the city's own offline but interactive iPhone app and a hard copy of the Zurich In Your Pocket guide. I first came across this series of guides in 2004 while travelling around Eastern Europe - they were just starting out then but have spread much further since though still heavily focused on Eastern Europe. They're compiled by locals, targeted towards younger independent ...