Hotel Belvoir Swiss Quality
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... old Park Hotel and, while delicious, probably set a record for us regarding cost of lunch. A nice way to celebrate leaving Lucerne. Tomorrow we go to Zurich to get ready for our river cruise down the Rhine to Amsterdam starting 10/ 9, then home on 10/16. Depending on WiFi availability this may or may not be the last blog. Thanks to everyone that commented on these blogs. We hope to send at least a couple ...
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Hiked to the top of Mt. Rigi --- Awesome views of lake, valleys & surrounding mountains; Cloud bank rolled in
Hiked down to Rigi-Kaltbad --- Took about 1 hour; Cow selfies; Enjoyed the sound of cow bells across the countryside
Bought drinks & snacks in Rigi Kaltbad (10 francs); Bill had a Hell Qu÷llfrisch beer
Took Cable Car down to Weggis (4:30pm); "What happens in Weggis, stays in Weggis"
Took ferry ...
... shopping. Walking past the river again, we saw some confused ducks copying the actions of the big swans around them. It was actually really cute! We stopped into a music store, where Karen tried her hand at the ukulele and a keyboard. Our next stop, where we spent the majority of our time, was at a souvenir store. I'd say 95%25 of that store was filled with all sorts of Swiss Army knives! So of course, I had to get one :) the big selling point that the staff were pushing: ...
... where we would go up the world's steepest cogwheel to get to the top of Mt. Pilatus. The kids were a bit nervous about the cogwheel because it was so steep. However, it was how we were going to get to the top, so we had to get on and be brave. We were on there for about 30 minutes, going at about a 48% incline. The views were absolutely amazing and it got cooler the closer we got to the top of the mountain. Some of the views got a bit scary ...
... circa 1150, the Gothic Predigerkirche (preacher's church) circa 1300's and the St. Peter's church (largest clock face in Europe) circa 1538. We strolled along the Medieval alleys and were in awe of how charming the areas are with the hills, staircases and cobblestone lanes. Caitlin will be a 30 minute train ride into this amazingly beautiful city. She is one lucky girl. After our walking tour we hopped back on the train to the airport to catch our flight to ...