Grand Hotel National
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... development of the town, as well as its two patron saints. In 1993, a leisure boat moored under the bridge caught fire and before long, Lucern's wooden landmark was in flames. In 1970 we saw the paintings. The bridge was rebuilt, but many of the paintings were lost. We then went to see the Jesuit Church (Jesuitenkirche). This was the first major Baroque church in Switzerland built from 1666 to 1677. It's dedicated ...
The English Channel crossing took around 1 1/2 hours and upon arrival in Calais we were met by our tour leader Beatrice an Italian lady who speaks several languages and seems very pleasant.
There are 45 of us on the tour, mainly Australians with a few from Canada, USA and New Zealand. The bus driver is from Spain and has limited English knowledge but an excellent driver.
Upon boarding our coach we set off for Amsterdam with a stopover ...
... hour, the scenery continued to improve as we went up and over a low mountain pass, then descended to Schwyz. The Lauzerersee, nestled up against the snow-capped peaks, provided a beautiful backdrop for the Audi. This scenery is amazing, and the weather can't be beat today.
We switched over to a highway and then entered a large tunnel that lasted a few kilometers, passing under the mountains. At the other end, we were rewarded by ...
... bus on Wednesday.. No walking tours whilst we're here so we had to do it ourselves this afternoon...still the map was good and the tourist guide was informative Freezing cold outside, but the sun was shining and it set off the scenery so well. Luzern is almost surrounded by alps, which are at the moment snow capped. The freezing cold weather also meant that Ian could taste test a ...
... from Paris, it is a high speed train trip, which, even with the eurorail pass, costs a reservation fee of about 10€. Hoping to avoid this fee, we found a train that goes through Strasbourg end route to Paris. By leaving lucene an hour earlier, and arriving in Paris an hour later, we've been able to squeeze one more town into our 'high-speed-town-hopping' (as our guide, Rick Steves would say ...