Best Western Hotel Rothaus
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... in the valley and there was not a breath of wind. Rachel shot ahead as John took way too many pictures. On the way back we met up with a herd of Ibex who tolerated the company of tourists. They were also wearing bells.
After a worse than lousy snack at a café we headed down, this time via the other side of the mountain on 2 separate cable cars to Kriens and then a bus back to town.
... the Swiss Guards who were massacred in 1792 during the French Revolution when revolutionaries, having little else to do, stormed the Tuileries Palace in Paris, and then went for a croissant and latte. Aside: Mark Twain found the statue to be the most moving piece of carved stone in the world!
We took a guided walking tour of the city, visiting, among other sites - the bahnhof (train station where we arrived) - designed by the famous architect Calatrava ...
... of an interment under a slab of concrete or marble than a "dig a hole in the ground" type grave.
Also saw what appeared to be a friendly kitteh here but turned out to be a ****** off puddy. Nasty slash head.
After browsing the shops on the way back we met Jill and went over to the ferry dock to board our lunchtime lake cruise.
We sat down at our first class restaurant table on the top deck and then discovered that ...
... lakeside drive along a far arm of Lake Luzern. The scenery just keeps getting better, and we are just blown away by how pretty the landscape is.
Our original plan had been to head further south and try to drive some of the Alpine passes, but the ones we wanted to drive were still closed for the season! So we decided that since the weather was still gorgeous, we would go with plan B, which was to head north to Engelberg, ...
... t ask for much better conditions. We had the remainder of the day to explore the town at our leisure. We found a chocolatier which made their own chocolates. We bought great dark and milk chocolate with almonds .....very tasty!!!! We joined four of our fellow travelers ( Dennis & Phillis, Buck and Sandy) for dinner at the edge of the lake. We had a great dinner (club sandwich and Caesar salad) recommend by our waitress (sweetpea). She was really ...