Astor Hotel & Serviced Apartments
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... br data-reactid=".cb.$mid=11417557853596=2 33e1e31df6badc1600.2:0.0.0.0.0.0.$end:0 :$17:0" style="color: rgb(55, 62, 77); font-family: Helvetica, Arial, 'lucida grande', tahoma, verdana, arial, sans-serif; font-size: 12px; line-height: 15.3599996566772px; white-space: pre-wrap; background-color: rgb(219, 237, 254);">It was a sad moment picking up my bag and leaving my room, my home for 7 weeks, giving Pinky a final pat and leaving Northcliff, always under the watchful ...
... for kilometers along the lake. It was scattered with sculptures, huge trees and beautiful benches to sit and just enjoy the view. One section even had slides, diving boards and a swimming area that must be teaming with children in the hot summer months. After walking along the lake for about an hour we decided to head back towards the centre and check out the dessert and hot chocolate shop that had been pointed out on our tour. The desserts did not disappoint. I had a lemon ...
... on buying on our way home) and got on our plane. This plane was much much smaller as we only had a 50 minute ride to Paris. On the plane we were given Swiss chocolate and it was heaven. We saw the beautiful mountains and field in France. Luckily we all got seats close to a window! We arrived after our short flight, safely in Paris. We collected our bags and headed on our away to start our ...
... once, the twin beds have to be together, the bathroom is very basic, the air-conditioner is on the floor and noisy and we can hear the people next door. We do have a safe and good shower, maybe that is it. Although, if we were robbed we would know it must be a very tall robber or one with a ladder.
Once we had breakfast we headed off the the railway station and bought our tickets out of the machine. We got on the train and finished up at Zurich Main station and set off ...
... of the way, except for a railways guy who seemed to be checking on electronic seat reservation indicators. It was quite a pretty train ride. We just had a bit of a walk around once we got into Lucerne, walking over the chapel wooden bridge (it was the oldest wooden bridge in the world until it burnt down in 1993, since replaced), the sleeping lion of Lucerne, and then finding the route of the old city walls where there are ...