Hotel Eden au Lac
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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Room service
- Russian TV Channels Available
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... out the the second question is usually if and when we are getting a maid. Again, everyone says that we NEED a maid. I am still holding out on both for now!
Later in the morning we headed out in search of internet, TV and cellphone services. After a $2 cab ride we arrived a huge shopping center (7 stories of stores and shops) and narrowed our search to a company recommended by several neighbours. We quickly discovered that even in Bangkok, there are not a ...
... His quiet voice went hand in hand with his bland personality. You'd think a guy who's paycheck is tip-based would be a bit more personable. Several people from the tour group left before it was over. I know Zurich isn't as interesting, big, or historical as other tourist cities, but every city has something. He could've done a much better job.
Later in the day I tried to walk to Zurich west. I couldn't find much, ...
... things that look like cable cars on wheels all throughout the village. So we had to stash our car in the parking garage and take the train 20 minutes into Zermatt before we were picked up by our hotel in a little “taxi” and shuttled off.
Once we got to our hotel we had to enter through a tunnel and take an elevator up to the reception desk. When we reached the main level we were in awe of the views! A perfect view of the Matterhorn on one side and ...
... the gardens and then we went to Heidiland the original house from 200 years ago and I fed the goats then we went home and went half way around a massive lake then we went home. We also went to Leichtenstein, the 5th smallest country then I got a real Swiss Army ...
... we could barely move. We managed to make it home, flopped into our beds, and fell asleep. We ended our first full day in Lucerne by having a picnic of beer and paprika chips and watching a distant storm (complete with rainbow) on our favourite spot overlooking Lac Lucerne. There is a calmness and stillness to this place, the complete opposite to the hustle and bustle of Paris and exactly what we need at this point on our journey. Güte ...