Lunch in Lucerne

We didn’t leave Lucerne until mid-late afternoon.  If you had found your way to the base of the steps at the church of the twin spires:

…around 1 or 2 pm you would have found us having lunch at the Rebstock:

 

 

I don’t remember what I had but I do remember everyone raved about their superb meal.

 

That morning we had gone to a very large Transportation Museum.

 

There was a rally of antique Rileys, with a couple of beautiful roadsters on display:

 

This car was parked near our hotel when we arrived the previous day:

 

You must have seen the old guard tower in the lake, and perhaps walked the covered bridge past it:

 

You may have missed the Lion Monument however:  (Note the Mark Twain passage in the previous link.)

 

 

Ah well, like ships passing in the night (or dawn, as in this photo from our river cruise boat):

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About JohnRH

Retired, avid winter skier, avid reader, traveler (avidly). :)
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