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World Travel – Switzerland 2004

After leaving France behind, we enter Switzerland where we spend z great deal of time in and around Lucerne/Luzern. Man, what a beautiful place. We stopped by Lion Monument, take a lake cruise to Alpnachstad, get on board the world’s steepest Cog Railway to the top of Pilatus Kulm, take the Trans down the other side back into Lucerne/Luzern. We catch many sites in the city including doing some Railfanning at the train station. I truly hated to leave this place, it was so peaceful and stress free.


Lion Monument


Alpnachstad
Switzerland


Pilatus Kulm


Pilatus Kulm


Pilatus Kulm


Kapellbrucke Bridge


Jesuit Church


Passenger Station


Musegg Walls

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Posted by on 09/30/2004 in World Tour

 

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World Travel – France 2004

After crossing the English Channel by ferry, we make port in Calais, France. We then head for where else, Paris!, where we spent a couple of days. We passed many famous building while taking a river cruise. We take a wonderful tour in Versailles and later that night we take in a show at the famous Le Moulin Rouge. The next day we move on and pass through Beaune where we have a great lunch…


Calais, France


Sacre Coeur Basilica


Eiffel Tower


Notre Dame


Versailles, France


Le Moulin Rouge


Beaune, France

 
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Posted by on 09/29/2004 in World Tour

 

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World Travel – England 2004 – Part V

We leave London and prepare to leave England by boat over the English Channel. Here we see Dover Castle as we pass by in our tour bus and the famous White Cliffs of Dover from aboard our ferry.

 


Dover Castle


White Cliffs of Dover

 
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Posted by on 09/28/2004 in World Tour

 

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World Travel – England 2004 – Part IV

We next toured London itself; some by a guided tour and some by ourselves. If you have never been to London taking a “City Tour” is a great way to get a lay of the land then don’t be afraid to then set out on your own to see sites in detail. Lot’s and lot’s of great buildings line the streets. Here and there are Statues / Monuments that might surprise you when you read the plaques on who they are!


St. James’s Palace


St. Margaret’s
and
Westminster Abbey


Westminster Abbey


Big Ben
Parliament Building


Buckingham Palace


Buckingham Palace


Central Hall


Victoria & Albert Museum


Natural History Museum


Founder
of the
Boy Scout
Movement

 
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Posted by on 09/27/2004 in World Tour

 

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World Travel – England 2004 – Part III

Our next major stop is Bath, England. Did you know that the Roman’s had one of their finest hot baths here in England? The Abby here has been ruined several times at yet another one gets built bigger then the one before. Talk about crop circles, here you find folks that have made Horse’s in the chalk! After that we visited a very old heritage site, bet you know which one…

 


Royal Crescent


Bath Abby


Roman Bath’s


Westbury White Horse


Stonehenge

 
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Posted by on 09/26/2004 in World Tour

 

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World Travel – England 2004 – Part II

Our next major stop was to visit the Tower of London.

 


Middle Tower 


Traitor’s Gate 


Bloody Tower 

 
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Posted by on 09/25/2004 in World Tour

 

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2004: Vacation to Europe

RRAdventures Topic on TrainBoard: Railroad Adventures (RRAdventures) – European Vacation 2004 (Revisited w/ Video!!!)

RRAdventures Website: European Vacation

 
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Posted by on 09/24/2004 in RRAdventures

 

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