Seestrasse Apartments Drei Konige
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... hour to get up 1,800 metres into cold alpine grassland. The sun comes out, the view is 360 degrees and stunning, with the peaks of the high alps "just there". Lunch is on the deck of the mountain hotel and then a walk down to the next cog train station for a trip down the other side of the mountain. We then jump on a boat and spend the next hour floating on Lake Lucerne as once again we admire the 'picture postcard' surrounds and the 'picture perfect' weather. ...
... idea of a national museum. The young architect Gustav Gull used various historical architectural elements from the late Middle Ages and the modern era. Today the National Museum in Zurich is regarded as an exceptional museum of the 19th century and as a monument of national importance. For lunch I went to Restaurant Zur Sonne in Zurich. I had a chicken breast with a side salad. The ...
... which literally translated means “great minister.” This is another Protestant church in Zurich, though its style is starkly different from the other two churches I visited. It is built in a Romanesque style, and is much more extravagant than the other two churches I visited, with two large twin towers, intricate details in the exterior of the church, though with a plain interior. This church was the location where Zwingli initiated ...
... buy your train ticket. So we waited patiently at the light with a few other cars and when it turned green we got in line and drove our car right onto the back of a flat-bed train car designed to transport us up and over this mountain pass with no roads. It was a pretty crazy experience since we just stayed in the car, turned the engine and lights off and got to ride on the back of a train for about 30 minutes. It was certainly a little scary at times (especially ...
... have a few days to explore this area. Perfect warm weather up here. Interesting sign up the top about thunderstorms advising to get inside, or crouch because of high lightening strike risk. Back down - I chose to avoid being upstairs in the open but Anne and Debbie were back up there loving it. As we came back down into the mist the cables disappeared into nothingness ... Not a nice feeling. Waiting in the village below Anne spots a kiwi fruit vine in ...