Wednesday Sept 7th –
I settled in with a coffee while Mike went to get the car and drive it around so he could skip the suitcase hauling 😏
The area was really weird to drive in.
There were no traffic lights, hardly any directional signs, no round abouts and some of the oddest traffic crossings mixed in with tram routes we have ever seen 😳
After getting out of Basel is was around 30 minutes of driving to his first customer meeting of the day, which I got to wait out in the car 😁
After that was done it was another ‘small hour’ (Mikes guesstimate on the time it took😜) to SurSee where we stopped for lunch.
During the drive it still amazes me how the houses and buildings vary so much in looks and styles.
One minute you pass a huge barn and house with siding of wood so old it looks like it could almost be blackened from fire and across the street there can be a modern, all white, sharp edged flat with big windows throughout.
Brick, wood, cement, textured and non textured stucco all seem readily available, making it a bit unlike most other places I’ve been where it’s usually largely one style all around.
Döner meat with fries and a Döner filled bread was picked up and taken away so we could eat it overlooking a nearby lake.
Another couple of minutes and we were at our next place of rest and recuperation, the ‘Glashaus Hotel’.
And rest and recuperation would be very easily attained there by the looks of it 😎
The outside area is under construction and looks none to promising, but after an elevator ride (accompanied by a member of the hotels staff, which seems ritzy but is actually just awkward) to the 11th floor, we entered a room which was one of the nicest we’ve yet to stay at during our adventuring 😁👌🏻💕
Mike had a meeting on the roof lounge and I got to enjoy the luxurious fur blanket lain at the foot of the bed while I worked on documenting the previous day’s travels.
Once his meeting was over we drove about 20 minutes to go see lake Lucerne.
We walked around the streets, taking in the new town before finding our way to the lake.
It was pretty and mountains were finally seen close (ish) up.
Everything was priced high again, lake view or not so we found the most reasonable pricing we could and sat down outside of ‘Jill’s burgers, made by Jeff’s sister’.
The name was amusing but the food a little lacking.
Mike didn’t mind his burger but my chicken burger was dried out bread and chicken and the wait was a little long for diner style food.
The ducks and swans got the rest of my bun😋
Once dinner was done we walked back to the car and headed back to the hotel.
Taking advantage of having a nice room to dream in 😊
Getting a non alcoholic ‘mosquito’ as a tribute to Saskatchewan 😜