Hotel Bellevue Luzern
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... s veins and he also met his death.
In the early hours of the morning of 26 May 1499, a wondrous spectacle was seen in Luzern: after a terrible thunderstorm, an enormous, wingless dragon rose out of the wild waters of the River Reuss at the Spreuer bridge. The beast had probably been taken by surprise by the thunderstorm and washed down from Mount Pilatus in the Krienbach, which flows into the Reuss beneath the Jesuit church. Several well-respected and ...
... 8211; there are no public seating areas at all. All the seating is part of a cafe /
restaurant. Hurumph!! Without a purchase we would be moved on pronto. There is a magnificent lake front with only walking space and concrete lake edge to sit on. We perch! We do a bit of souveneir hunting and then go to a department store Michael has recommended which has a food hall and an upstairs eating area with a view. We get some nice fresh orange juice and ...
... Indians flock to for summer? I guess you couldn't get anywhere much different from India as interlarken. anyhow, this made our idea of pulling up the loveliest looking traditional place for accommodation a no go. We did manage to do pretty well with very,large spacious rooms, just minus the traditional facade. I asked the very friendly man at reception where we could go for a nice traditional ...
Not much today. Just a 6-hour train ride to Zurich to spend the night near the airport. I did have a little trouble figuring out if I was on the correct train. It was one of those that separated, and only the cars going the other way were labeled. The conductors helped me figure it out.
In order to make myself feel better about going back, here's a quick list of things I won't miss:
* Guys in speedos
Need I say more?
... tired so we headed to bed. Witek needed another early night and I wasn’t feeling 100% so off we went.
I had the worst night’s sleep so far on our trip. The beds were horrible and the quilts were not warm enough and kept slipping off. The pillows were stupid so we tucked our travel pillows underneath them, but they kept moving so you would wake up with no pillow under your head. Horrible!
Day 2 – Tuesday 15th September – We woke up ...