Hotel Alpina Luzern
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- Pets allowed
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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 …
... a photo with Van, Carmen and Karen (I must've headed for a bathroom break). Apparently they haven't seen many asians before. Karen, up to her tricks again, told them that Van is a famous popstar in Vietnam. Naughty Karen :) It was time to take the train back down the mountain for the next part of the tour. I was kind of falling asleep on the ride down, but was doing my best to keep my eyes open. Karen asked me later on if I was sleeping on the train - she reckon's I ...
... Swiss chocolate and ice cream. Cow bells in hand, we wearily trapsed back to our hotel before heading for dinner with a group from our tour group. A lovely finish to our wonderful stay in beautiful Switzerland. I know I have said it about every country but here I go again - Switzerland is definitely my favourite and all I want to do is sing 'High On The Hills .............. Yodel ay yodel ay yodel ay ay'. Tomorrow we depart early for Gay Paris so until the it is Auf Wiedersehen from ...
... the city walls and the towers that once guarded the city for a view over the town and to have a look at the one of the clocks inside a tower that has a mechanism that is open to view. There is a carving in the side of a mountain not far from here dedicated to the swiss guard that protected the french royal family at the point of the revolution. I didn't realise that the swiss guard were regarded as top notch mercenary / body guards and did that sort of work. I knew the swiss ...
... panoramic views on display. No views but we just embraced the elements. It was freezing and two guys were crazy enough to take off their shirts for pictures. The clouds did shift slightly so we could see two feet or so in front of us. We snapped some pictures and headed back down with a stop in Grindlewald. It was fun but not worth the money.
We stayed in Interlaken for three nights. One of the non-train highlights of the trip was when we rented bikes. ...