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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 ...
... had a free afternoon which was spent in a Swiss cafe enjoying hot chocolate and walking across the oldest complete wooden bridge in Europe. We headed back to the hotel and got ready for dinner Dee pampered Mikhaila and got her hair and makeup done. Dinner was in a traditional Swiss restaurant where we delighted in Swiss cheese fondue mmmmmm this was delicious we love cheese. Back to the hotel to pack and get ready for Paris. ...
... drove to Lucerne....the most visited city in Switzerland, the reason for this I don't fully understand. Then we went out for a meal and concert showing Swiss culture and food and this was a really great night out - very interactive, really great night....we had front row seats which was great but also can be dangerous and so Shirley had to get up at one stage and join some others doing the chicken dance....have movie to prove it.
... while with carnival type mirrors and then a hall of mirrors maze to walk through.
We walked from there to the old town and found a nice place to have dinner sitting outside right on the Reuss River. We were staring at the Chapel Bridge from the early 14th century and the adjacent stone water tower from 1300. Carol enjoyed her personal swan in the water right below our table. She has been excited every time we have seen swans on this trip. Maybe, when we ...
Breakfast at the hotel opened at 8am. Apparently there are no early risers in Italy. Sometime after 9am, we were on the road. Time to end our little Italian excursion and head back to Germany. I checked my smart phone for the day's temperature. 89 degrees in Pisa. 59 degrees in Germany. Ok, time to buck up and put my jacket back on. Shiver. It was raining outside as if showing me the cold and rain that I ...