Hotel Restaurant Bahnhof
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... the nearby parking lot and we said goodbyes to everyone. Mutti headed home too.
We were at the Swiss Museum of Transport (Verkehrshaus der Schweiz) so time for a visit.
The museum opened in 1959 and exhibits all forms of transport including locomotives, automobiles, ships and aircraft as well as communications.
We had about 90 minutes before closing so we went for maximum viewing in limited time.
... side of Lake Luzern, to a different campsite, twice the price! What we didn't realise was that the campsite that we were looking for, despite being only being 4.5km from the centre of Luzern was actually in a town called Horw and this is what we should have put into the GPS, instead of Luzern! After asking people for directions four times and nearly calling it a day at least twice, we arrived two hours later at the correct place, tired and ...
... amp; Worlds. Most of the events would be as strong as the World’s except the women’s 5000m which is actually better with the two Ethiopians Dibbaba & Defar finally going to meet.
So at 8:45am I took the train to Zurich. As a sideline I carried on to Winterhur & then changed trains to Stein am Rhein arriving at 1:00pm. Stein am Rhein reclines on both sides of ...
... historic architecture and old churches.
We walked up and down the streets, ate at a lovely cafe, and then they put me on a train to the airport (which I handled without any difficulty at all). Again my hosts were more than generous, and I can't thank them enough!
In my car, the Audi Navigation Plus showed the Traffic Monitoring Control system. I was surprised to hear the navigation system warning me about traffic congestion near downtown Zurich. It directed me to an alternative, less crowded route. While I was in Zurich I heard on the radio that a snowstorm was expected later that night in the Black Forest area. This was the quattro weather that I was ...