Seehotel Hermitage Luzern
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Lucerne is a beautiful city both during the day and at night with its historic buildings, gorgeous lake, and incredible mountains all around. We chose to visit nearby Mount Rigi for the day. We packed a picnic and hoped for the best with the weather. Our journey started with an incredible scenic boat ride to the town of Vitznau. Along the way we took many pictures of the blue-green lake and the mountains surrounding ...
... and lots of luggage plus a stroller came out the door and headed for our hotel, Romantic Hotel Wilden Mann. Jesse used her IPad to locate and find the way not knowing we were in a major city festival. I grabbed Amelia's hand on one side and pulled the suitcase with another as we headed straight into a huge crowd of people enjoying music on stages and food and drink everywhere. They all were gathered on the walk right next to ...
... 160;Interesting to see the way they make the clocks, and also had a display of different cuckoo clocks through the ages. The front wall of the shop was a giant cuckoo clock with a cuckoo popping out at the top and a revolving wheel of Swiss dancers. Quite cute. Lunch stop here so tried out their Black Forest Cake - very yum. On then to ...
... It stretches for 150 metres to the summit and sways gently in the breeze. Very scary but incredible all at the same time. At the end of the Cliff Walk was the station for our final activity which was a ride on the Ice Flyer – a chairlift whisking us across the glacier. It was totally freezing, apparently minus 12 degrees, while we were riding. Again, the scenery was unbelievable.
... our new city would be a pricey one. Upon arrival at the Swiss Chuchi (Swiss for kitchen), we were greeted and seated quickly. Now enjoying a spot of sunshine with menu in hand, we were soon smacked with the harsh reality of where we were in terms of affordability. Example: tap water - $5, cheese fondue plate - $32, any sort of protein - >$30. While I couldn’t say I didn’t expect this (and I’m sure there are somewhat ...