Hotel Weisses Rossli
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... the said mould with the perfect conditions to attempt to devour the camper from the inside out.
One of my fears was that the camper water tanks, which I stupidly forgot to drain, would have split when the water inside them froze over winter. This was not to be the case thanks to the big man in the sky. Apparently he determined it was to be a wet and typically miserable British winter but not a freezing cold one.
Fixed a few things on the truck when ...
... is and how many people on board. To pass from Germany cost €150.00. Then just a couple of hundred meters down the road we had to stop and pay Swiss road tax, slightly cheaper at €18.00
A little further down the road, we came to the Rhine Falls. These falls are simply stunning.
We arrived in Lucerne and Mario dropped us off at the Lion Monument. I have put the story of ...
So this morning we woke to no rain! However I seemed to have picked a bit of a bug. The football finished at midnight local time and with the Germans winning we were kept awake with car horns and heaps of noise. However with a fever and a tummy bug means that i didn't sleep anyway. However we had sightseeing to do so this morning so we took the boat across Lake Lucern for a couple of hours to a little lakeside town called Alpnashstad. On the way we ...
... a photo.
I also think I'm addicted to kaffe creme.
It was a beautiful day for walking so walk we did toward and along Rathausquai and Old Town.
We had some stale bread so brought that along to feed the swans.
They are exactly like those scavenger Winged Rats and other water fowl, swarm you to feed then off to the next food source.
Fun while it lasted then we relaxed and sunned for awhile.
Hit the farmer's ...
Luzern is a small, gorgeous city, right on the edge of the huge Lake Lucern, nestled between mountains, with a view of the Swiss Alps in the distance. Breathtaking. Our day here started with a cable car up to the top of Mt. Pilatus where we were 2100m up looked over Lucern, and across to the Swiss Alps. We walked up some rocky steps right to the top and spent sometime sitting up there and took some photos. Before long, lots ...