Jugendstilhotel Hotel Paxmontana
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... A truly special day skiing in the sun shine with wonderful snow conditions.
After dropping the skis off we walked back to the hotel and freshened up before having our dinner of roast chicken with all the trimmings followed by Christmas pudding.
Tonight, after the meeting in the hotel, we are heading over to the Chalet Jungfrau for a ceilidh followed by celebrations to bring in the new year. After the day’s skiing we have had it will be tough to stay ...
After a short 3 hour train ride we arrived in Lucerne. It is an idyllic town by the lake that is surrounded by the Swiss Alps. One of the main attractions is the Kapelbrucke bridge, which is the the oldest wooden truss bridge in Europe. Then we enjoyed a ferry ride around Lake Lucerne. ...
... We took the walkway right next to Lake Lucern where a mother duck and her tiny hatchlings swam right by our path and hundreds of swans filled the water. Tree lined paths were filled with Sunday afternoon people on a stroll and wild flowers and roses decorated the banks near stately buildings. It was a perfect way to end our day's activities. Shortly after 6PM or 18:00 as they say, we met up with Elizabeth and Hans Ulrich who live an hours drive ...
... in the interim. He got 2 plastic (heavy) cases into the cart behind his bike. Then 2 more. Cold beer delivery by bicycle - interesting concept.
When we got back upstairs T commented that we seemed to have accumulated quite a few things and luggage space appeared limited. I told him not to worry, it would all fit ;)
T took a break and I popped out for some drinks with Fritz while it was still sunny and warm out. Got a couple of nice photos ...
... also boiled up from the garden.
As I had forgotten exactly where the house was where my mother was born and grew up, I asked her and she offered to take us - it was a 10 minute walk. At home in Torbay, I have a key. It is a large key, maybe about 5-6 inches long. I had it hanging on the wall for years until we did our renovations. It looks like it would belong to an old Swiss farmhouse. It is in fact the original key to the house ...