Hotel Eden au Lac
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... About a third of Swiss speak English too! This afternoon we caught up with my University friend, Alana, who lives in Zurich with her husband John. They took us to the most amazing vegetarian restaurant called Hiltl (the oldest in the world), where you 'weigh and pay' - your bill depends on the weight of your plate - mine turns out to be heavier than Kev's coming to CHF24 - must be those heavy veges! We caught a tram to Paradaplaiz to meet Boris and were in awe at the ...
... with medieval weapons and guns all over the walls. Brittany got a pumpkin soup that was really good and we split the house special, a variety of sausages with peppers, and made it "swiss style" meaning it came with a hash brown potato rather than potato salad. All in all it was a decent meal, the house beer was good and the bread dipped in soup was awesome. We got away without paying for the bread because our waiter was smoking in the back alley. Dinner was 56€, ...
... smiling about. Everything is so obscenely overpriced that I'd be bankrupt after a week. $18AUD for a Big Mac from McDonald's and a cup of coffee was close to $10AUD. But their trains are clean, efficient, fast and punctual, which is important if you want to get out of there without taking out a second mortgage to pay for your lunch. Switzerland is a nice place to travel through, but unless someone wants to start paying me twice what I earn now, I doubt I'll be back anytime soon. ...
... and coffee, and then another round of coffee and cake. Switzerland is an expensive place, it wasn't a cheap lunch! Our flight took about 1 1/2 hours to arrive in London.
London finally! We found the Tube station easily inside the airport and boarded the Piccadilly line for our trip to Gloucester Road where our hotel is located. About 4 stops into our journey an announcement came that there was a delay up ahead as a person was under ...
... 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 ...