Hotel Alpina Luzern
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- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Alpina Luzern Lucerne
Wonderful location right in the center of town. Minutes walk from Chapel Bridge. Very quaint rooms.
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... car and a vintage funicular.
Have now done four mountains - all very spectacular in their own special way.
On our last day in Switzerland we went to Zug to a Chriesitag evebt - this is a yearly event - the day of the cherry. Lots of cherrys to sample, all sorts of cherry products and entertainment. A big attraction is the cherry stone spitting event, competitors spit a cherry stone along a measurung platform yo see who ...
... meat, cheese, plants and handmade stuff (that's the technical term) plus lots of lovely flowers.
After eventually extracting ourselves from the markets, we took a few more photos of the amazing bridges. Yes, we're definitely exploring the theory that it's not possible to take too many photos of the same thing!
We then decided to visit Lucerne's next most obvious landmark: "The Wall". It's a giant wall 100m high made of ice that ...
... A regiment of Swiss mercenaries had been a member of the French Royal Household since the early 1600s and died doing their duty to protect the Royal Family. In 1818, Carl Pfyffer von Altishofen, an officer of the Guards who were on leave from the Palace during the massacre, began collecting money to erect a monument. As carved above the lion, it is dedicated to the loyalty and bravery of the Swiss. The lion itself is ...
Just quick post to say hola! I landed in Barcelona last night after a whole day of walking though two cities in Switzerland.
From Basel, we took the train to Zurich, the largest city in Switzerland. With a mix of historical attractions and cosmopolitan areas where both locals and tourist shop, dine and mingle. As one of the world's largest financial centrex, Zurich is a busy city. It wasn't as big as I expected; I was able to ...
... made it. It is quite a large town with small one way streets as we drove around in search of the station. You see this was Staffords part of the trip, he was in charge of accomadation and the train, yet didn't think to write down the details of either so we were driving blind and I was really biting my tounge not to say something. Don't worry, he is not reading the blog :-)
Eventually we lucked out and came across the station, parked the ...