Hotel Alpina Luzern
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Wonderful location right in the center of town. Minutes walk from Chapel Bridge. Very quaint rooms.
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The breakfast report for today is sehr güt! Open faced sandwich, check. Soft boiled egg, check. Fresh squeezed grapefruit juice, check. Now on to todays events. The one and only stop we made before crossing the border into Switzerland was the lovely resort town of Titisee, or Titan's Lake. The town is up in the Black Forest and is used for …
... up the mountain side.
Next on our list is zip lining and ropes course, only open to the adults. As I was volunteering to take the kids I realized I no longer had my lift ticket to get down from the mountain. Worse yet I could not find our railway passes. I left the group in a hurry and headed to the gondola office to see if I left them in the bathroom. As I was frantically asking the gentleman with broken English if he had seen the white envelope while ...
... and two more days of mountains (Pilatus and Rigi) and Switzerland weather really spoiled us in April. Bright sun and heat..we even did two boat trips on the lake. I think Nat had never been on the bus so many times before in her life (like I before I came here). We mastered (or at least I did ;0) ..haha..saying my bus stop name, and had quite a few chuckles..lol.
It was great to share my new life ...
... Tellpass was very useful for us, it lasts for a week, with two nominated free days and five half price. As we were planning on two day trips, they were obviously our free days. We didn't use any transport on our third day in Lucerne, but we still saved a considerable amount of money by using the Pass.
It had started to get dark and to rain by then, and after getting to the Tourist Office, we were told ...
... highly appropriate induction to Switzerland I thought.
Switzerland was definitely less about the beer and more about the cheese and the chocolate. After arriving at the apartment, which was easy to locate next door to a gay sex shop, in a fairly alternative part of town with lots of parks, trendy babies, flea markets and some prostitutes, we went straight to the shops for supplies. Three types of cheese, sausages (real and vegetarian) and bread ...