Grand Hotel National
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... house proud and love their gardens. Our cart drivers took us to their family where we had traditional food for a picnic lunch- meats, cheese, fruit, apple juice, wine, pear and cheese pastries and then schnapps. They told us that it would clear a head cold- hope it does because it was like drinking paint stripper! We drove back to the hotel for some free time this afternoon. Dinner at the hotel's adjoining Italian restaurant ...
... camera and camel back. He balances out the strategic weight and has only tipped backwards with a small child in it once (um…make that twice) – user error…um…that backpack was a little tooooo heavy on the handle side – but so padded is he and supported is the seat that Avaia slept through the whole thing!! (oh..the second time you ask…um, let's just say that on the high heel shoe reward tally, I am ...
... rang and they found my missing bag and was told that it would be delivered by noon to our hotel. Whew!!!!! Day 2: (Tuesday) May 20 Today, we briefly visited the Town of Lucerne, including a walk across a very old bridge ( Chapel Bridge) which had unique, historical painting hanging above the walkway. Along the river was a farmer's market selling fresh produce. After the town tour, all members of our group of 20 persons went on an optional excursion ...
... Lucerne, & are taken to see the Lion Monument which is a significant rock sculpture commemorating the role the Swiss Military played in various liasons with other countries.
We have approximately 2 hours to shower & get ready to go to a Swiss fun night of Folk Music, yodelling etc, at the Stadtkeller Swiss Folklore Restaurant. We return to our hotel at approximately ...
... As I mentioned, this is a high speed train and we have clocked a speed of 317km's ( there is a screen that shows the speeds we are traveling at), and boy can you feel it when another train passes. We pass the time by listening to music, reading trashy magazines and watching tv shows on my iPad. We pass through Dijon and I wonder if I have time to hop off and find that mustard. Then Basel and before we know it we are nearly in Zurich and we see ...