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I should know better.
When T asks, "want to go out & do something?" it sounds so innocent and unassuming. I should have plenty of experience with this already.
In this case I believe we climbed a mountain or it sure felt like it.
Took train to Malters, the town closest to where T's family used to live.
Wandered through Malters as T took in all the changes.
There were lots of people at the train station ...
... shoot and say goodbye to Lucerne tonight. I meet some lovely locals who are curious about my long exposure times and wait to marvel or sigh at the results of each image. I also meet Edwin who asks me to teach him the words for duck and swan (as there were some in the lake) and in return he tells me a little bit about identifying the swans ages as the young have specks of brown through them. With a 6am start tomorrow and a big day in Venice, I call it a night at 10:35pm. H ...
... We did stop for a leg stretch at Feldkirch - a lovely old town with a river burbling through it. It was lunch time so lots of people were sitting outside eating and lots of students buying lunch at the local Interspar supermarket.
We passed through Liechtenstein and only knew it because we saw a sign and lots of cars with FL on them rather than CH. Could not work out the FL, so good old google tells me that it is Furstentum Liechtenstein which means Principality ...
... the boat and took us to a cable railway heading up Mount Stanserhorn, which was a bit like the one in Hong Kong only not as steep. We split into two groups and the single little car took half up while we waited for the other car to come down! Our turn came and we were hauled up passed some little farms with their tiny herds of Brown Swiss cows (complete with massive cow bells) and their lovely little post card like mountain houses! The rail finished about half way up, where it ...
... the fuss was about. And because we were lucky enough to find accommodation there at such late notice– what’s new Tierney (ugh... curry!)? Now I know I have been to some beautiful places. But out of all of the places I’ve been to thus far, if I could make one of them the poster child of Europe, it would have to be Lucerne.
The historic old town of Luzern, Switzerland is set upon a huge crystal clear river that feeds out of Lake Lucerne ...