While we waited to board the river cruise boat, we took a stroll along the park outside of the hotel and was treated to a display of local artists sculptures. (Note: I tried to capture the info posts on all, but only caught some.)
Here are a few more that I missed the placards for:
Very talented, don't you think?
The day before we were due to board the bus and head to the airport, I started having trouble breathing. I feared my last Covid test might return positive. Luckily, it did not. But, unluckily, what I thought might be an upper respiratory infection, turned out to be much worse. My breathing worsened, and after a long, difficult flight home, I ended up at urgent care. The result? I got pneumonia and enjoyed (not!) an ambulance ride to the hospital, where I stayed for two days before I could beg the doctor to let me go home. Not the best way to end a trip.
But I certainly enjoyed every minute of my time abroad and on this river cruise. I hope you enjoyed traveling with me (even if only in your mind).
What did you think?
Our last day aboard ship we packed our belongings and headed into Basel on our way to Lucerne. There we stayed at the hotel for two days before heading to the airport. Here is the view from our hotel room. (Swiss Alps in background)
I got an earache and went to the local pharmacy to see if they might have something I could take. I loathed the idea of getting on a plane with ear pain as I’m sure you can imagine how awful that would be. As a result, the above photos are courtesy of my sister and the sights she saw while I lay in bed in the hotel.
I would have loved to go along. Aren't these awesome pictures?
Another amazing day which started with a trip to the Black Forest. Of course, everything tastes better when not at home, including the infamous Black Forest cake. What a grand time to watch one being made by the local chef. Yummy!
And speaking of stories…this is the Hohenzollern Bridge. It’s hard to see, but the walkway wall is filled with padlocks. Tons of padlocks that lovers have placed there to represent their love. It’s listed as one of the “Love Lock Bridges.” What if you didn’t bring a lock with you? No worries. On the walkway along the river, sat many vendors selling them!