Buergenstock Resort Lake Lucerne
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... there would take us three trains. The sun had begun to shine and shine hard. As we were waiting for the train at Zweilütschinen, I (Pete) did a quick dash back to the car to change into some shorts and grab the sun cream. Glad I did. It was great to see the sun burn off those nasty rain clouds and fog that had been hanging around. We boarded and set off. This first train was your traditional passenger train. Nothing special. But as we ...
... we stopped for a couple of hours at Lake Lugano. Reminiscent of Milford Sound with its step mountains, though much more built up, it was lovely. Spring had arrived with beds of tulips. People strolled by the waterfront eating gelato and soaking up the sun. The shopping area reakedvof money, windows full of designer fashion, watches, jewelry, art etc. White swans graced the waterfront, although we were told ...
... being as secretive as it is has allowed this vehicle to be displayed outside of its borders.
The museum also houses a large collection of Dance Organs which you can play for a Euro a song. It is a strange eclectic museum with a huge amount of shop-store dummies dressed up and displayed in action poses. At times this is quite disconcerting
Holgar took us on a delightful ride through the Odenwald. We travelled for miles and miles on lovely twisty back ...
... the same restaurant we enjoyed last night. Our nice Indian waiter was grinning when he saw us and gave us great service once again. We had worked up an appetite and dinner was so enjoyed. Wyatt knew the post meal routine and began asking for ice cream once again. He ran in front to show us the way. Amelia wanted to say goodbye to Mrs Swan (there are hundreds of Mrs Swans in the lake) so we waved goodbye from the bridge. The bed plus a Motrin never was more ...
... There were also certain things he said that just made me think, 'um..' We exchanged numbers for whatsapp and attempted to take a photo together but it turned out terribly. I asked about what it was like to live in Zürich and spoke of some far fledged idea I have to raise my kids here so that they become multilingual. He has done a lot of travelling and had backpacked all around Australia many, many years ago. Early 2000 in fact. When I was just starting high school. So he is ...