Hotel Bellevue Luzern
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... back into town to admire some of the 15th century buildings, all colourfully painted. Came across Lucernes best known landmark, it's famous chapel bridge dating from 1333. With 17th century paintings under the roof. Heading back to Skippy we walked through the numerous cobbled alleyways with the sun shining away.
... and lifts were currently opened. We discovered that residing here as tourists, meant we were entitled to catch the bus around Grindelwald for free while taking the car meant we had to pay for parking. Not many shops were opened but we did find one that sold beanies. Mine had got caught in a zip and now has a big hole in it, so a new one was needed. We found a nice one with the Swiss flag emblazoned on ...
... discussion. So different and so interesting. Down time when we get back (really the first all trip) including a brief nap! I read for an extended period of time. A storm rolls in over the Alps - huge claps of thunder. The rain falls. We eat dinner: vegetable soup, salad, fondu sampler, and spaghetti with meat sauce. Again, seconds offered and accepted. After, beer and discussion...and then Tony tells us he's lost his wallet. Not a good way to end an excellent ...
... the bridge lived our first stop off at a Swiss chocolate shop. When in Switzerland, right?
So we ate a lot of cheese and chocolate in Switzerland. Swiss cheese and Swiss chocolate. That is bliss, right there. Costly bliss, but bliss nonetheless. To our dismay, Rekorderlig was nowhere to be found, and we kept getting blank looks from all the waiters and waitresses when we asked for it. What kind of country not only doesn’t stock, but even recognise ...
... Lucerne! (One of my and my mom's favorite places =)
Our trip through Switzerland wasn't complete without our climb through the Swiss Alps-we took a gondola car to the top of Mount Pilatus and took the luge down =) Sooo much fun!
*Thorwaldsen's Lion Monument
*Walking through Old Town
*Crossing the famous covered Chapel Bridge