It’s time for a trip down Swiss Memory Lane.

Back in 2011, a family holiday to stunning Switzerland, this time Hawklad’s Granny was with us. Joining us on this family adventure for a panoramic mountain train journey to Lucerne. Granny had been coming to this wonderful country since the 1950s. This journey proved to be her last visit, it was one she really enjoyed.

Lucerne is a small city famed for its historic architecture built on the banks of a beautiful lake to a backdrop of snow covered mountains.

The star attraction being The Kapellbrucke (Chapel Bridge), a 205m covered wooden footbridge featuring beautiful wall art. It was built in 1333 and is Europe’s oldest covered bridge.

As ever Hawklad brought some of his friends for the trip. By all accounts they enjoyed the adventure as well.

42 thoughts on “Swiss Sunday

  1. Such wonderful memories to have. Was “Granny” your Mom? I love the pic of Hawklad, such a sweet little boy! Maybe this coming year will be the year you get to return to this place you love so much. I hope you do.

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  2. How wonderful that your Granny was able to be with you all. We were in the town of Lucerne when we visited Switzerland! Such a picturesque town. We were only there for 2 days but so glad we got to go! ❤

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  3. It’s wonderful that Granny got to join on the trip. Must add to the happy memories! Lucerne looks like a such a charming lovely city and I love how well travelled Hawklad’s stuffies are too!

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