So, after breakfast at one of the muslim eating outlets, we took the free tram (using our mobility free pass) to town. The town in Basel is divided into two, the old town and the new town. The town was typical to any other small European city, medieval and classic, very well maintained. Once we arrived at the old town, we just walked to the attractions. The Old Town Basel has narrow streets and shops are near to the road. So, cars are not advisable there.
|One of the shops. Notice the road was all wet due to the rain|
|Kedai Bata pong ada!!! But way more expensive than our Bata|
|Rows of shops at Basel|
|Filming the place at Rathaus's courtyard|
|The State Archives|
|Captured from the Old Basel.|
|The other side of the river|
|Ini bukan saja boleh buat air pancut, kalu nak garu2 teling pon blh..ha..ha..!|
After the Rhine, we took the tram, (can't remember the number) to Dreilandereck (3 countries corner). Once we reached the place, we had to walk along the river for another 20 minutes. At first we thought we were lost but when we asked a few locals, then we knew we were on the right track. IMO, the place was not commercialised for tourists at all. No signs and it's in a middle of nowhere.
|Once we got off the bus, tangkap gmbar dulu...|
|We walked along the river for about 15 minutes. The ship was a cruise ship|
and it only operates on weekend nights.
|We're here at last. Dreilandereck! We were at France, Germany &|
Switzerland in a spilt second! The metal sculpture where each side
representing each country.
|From various angles|
|I've no idea what it says!|
|On our way back to catch the tram, we saw this duck family swimming. |
Such a happy fam
We'll cont. in part 3