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 …
... on Pilatus and its a bit lower so if visibility is poor it would be better there. As it turned out it was a beautiful day, it just didn't show itself till 11am ish. By which time we were at the bottom of Mt Pilatus. Jaungfrau would have been ok but a much longer day. Mount Pilatus is a mountain overlooking Lucerne in Central Switzerland. It is composed of several summits of which the highest (2,128 m) is named Tomlishorn. The other summit named Esel (2,119 m) which we ...
... on that one…).
Talia and Avaia squeezed and crammed their way into the stroller, tucked their feet completely in and with the cover we had them trapped. Oh…my gosh.. for a second there…freeeeedom! I almost walked away, but that was before a little hand stuck it’s way out of the fresh air vent and a muffled voice pronounced
We got to the train station in 3 pieces = ...
... Pilatus, the highest and most rugged of Lucerne's three local mountains and the most popular peak to visit. To get to the top, it took about 35 minutes on the steepest cogwheel railway in the world. The peak is almost 7,000 feet above sea level. The views were spectacular. Near the top, we walked through a tunnel carved through about half of the perimeter rock of the mountain's peak. There were several cut outs along the tunnel with great views of the ...
Our large organisms have decided to place the new tortoise and myself in a new enclosure. While I quite enjoy taking strolls wherever I like, the enclosure is nice and warm. I think they did this to try and get the new tortoise to be friends with me and to snap out of her depression. It doesn't seem to be working, she usually burrows into the ...