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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... ancient fortifications. It is nearly a kilometre long with several gates and towers along the stretch which means you climb the tower and walk along the wall. The views over looking Lucerne from in the wall were incredible. Lucerne is a very photogenic and picturesque place so this gave us the perfect vantage point to take lots of snaps. After descending the wall we made our way through the old town to the Lion Monument ...
... new ones who joined our tour over the past couple of days. Saw many villages and a castle on the morning drive through south France. Most of the scenery was just farms and flat landscape. Even into Germany for a short time it was fairly similar. At the Swiss border we had to stop because they are not part of the EU. There were many police and pursuit cars stationed at the border control area. Daniel said to be very quiet and not to draw any ...
... at Lucerne, a stop for 2 nights before we got to Zermatt. Our first impression of Switzerland... Expensive. Fuel was automatically 30 euro cents higher and getting McDonald's turned into a 30 franc affair for two people. 30 francs! Everyone was driving really expensive cars too. That's like 40 bucks! The only things cheap in Switzerland are cheese, beer, milk, yoghurt and Swiss Army knives. Oh and cheeseburgers. A royal cheese is 9 francs, ...
The day started out with the most beautiful drive through the Black Forest. The pine trees, houses and villages were typical of what you might see in Switzerland. We stopped at lovely little shop where the owner makes cuckoo clocks. While set up for tourists, the shop had very good quality souvenirs, lots of cuckoos clocks, wine and brandy tastings, coffee and Black Forest cake. All lovely. It was ...
... market there is nice. We finally got on our are over night train to Zagreb! We were exhausted, no sleep or showers and little food wasn't the best. We were so happy when we found out we had beds on the train! It was surreal though, 3 story high bunk bed, that we shared with a French family! No complaints from us though, a beds a ...