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... the Hauptbahnhof. After spending the rest of the day shopping we managed to see the Lion Monument which was a bit hidden away in not-so-old town of Luzern. Still it's a short walk from the town center. The dying lion is a tribute to Swiss soldiers and it's much larger than you would expect, beautifully crafted. We went back to our hotel to get some rest and to find a nice place to eat online. Even though I wanted to ...
... the heated floor tiles in the bathroom. Not
that our other hotel rooms haven’t been nice as well, but it was nice to have a
fancier, more luxurious hotel room, even if only for two nights.
We have been in Europe for two weeks now, so are almost half way through the
trip already. In those two weeks we have been to seven places (Venice is the
seventh and we arrive today) and have five more to go!
... the Swiss soldiers who died defending the French royals in Paris. Unfortunately it was so dark and the lights were not on so we could only see an indistinct shape in the cliff. And make it out for the blink of an eye when a flash went off. We gave up after a few minutes and made our way back to the coach to check in to our hotel.
We arrived at our hotel and after receiving the key we had only 15 minutes until it as time for our included ...
... on our way out. By the time we would get there however, we were crunched for time and had less than two hours to take Lucerne in.
The plan was to rent a car one-way from Zurich to Vienna and save on the pricey train fares for three of us. As I mentioned in my previous post, this was proving to be a challenge, but after a lot more searching I finally found an available rental where the one-way fee did not soar the price into four figures via Sixt Car ...
... tiny mountain villages all the while never really being very far from base.
We stopped for a visit to the Schmuckers brewery for a beer and bretzel (deliciously savoury bread pretzel, goes extremely well with beer). Grant sampled his first beer in over 30 year and came to the conclusion that he would' stick to wine’.
A family dinner at a local restaurant eating traditional Odenwald fare concluded our all but brief stay in Germany. We ...