Seehotel Hermitage Luzern
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... and goats as well as various farm buildings. We travelled through the Arlberg tunnel which is 15 km long and the 4 the longest in Europe. There was snow on the side of the road and in paddocks as this was a little higher. The temp ranged from 6 to about 14 degrees but it was lovely in the sunshine. We followed the edge of a lake as we neared the major towns bypassing Zurich.
There are 4 official languages in Switzerland. The country consists of 26 ...
... my eyes open. That's ridiculous. #5 - Cruising around Lake Lucerne. After making it down Mount Pilatus, Monika took us onto a ship to cruise around Lake Lucerne. It's an incredibly beautiful lake with such a wide body of water, and charming houses surrounding the water's edge. Carmen, Karen and I stayed inside to take a break from the cold and just relax with some hot drinks. Van ventured outside to take photos where she encountered the couple who had taken ...
We had our first "gentle start" we did not have to be at breakfast until 7:15 and were on the road at 8:15
Down the hwy to the Black Forest!! (Hofgut Sternen) for CAKE. We stopped at an old coach inn, where the young Marie Antoinette's carriages stopped for the evening on her way to Paris there was also a cuckoo clock making centre and we learnt how the carving of the clocks was ...
... joined up on a Contiki tour with my sister.
We headed back to Paris and I got to see a few things that I didn't on my first trip there such as walking around to the Musee de Louvre and just sitting down people watching.
As we headed to Switzerland - we were going to a different part to where I had first visited. We arrived at Lucerne.
Our accommodation was quite average - a little spooky if anything.
We were unlucky that the day we ...
Today was an epic journey to visit two of my favourite exchange students: Luzi and Christian. Luzi has an insane schedule. He works in Berne, lives with his brother in Zurich, often visits his girlfriend in Basel, and goes to school three days a week in St. Gallen. All told, we were lucky to hear that he could fit us in for a lunch between classes, if we could get to St. Gallen, which is an hour past Zurich. So, we bought a return ticket to Zurich in Basel (an hour's trip) then bought ...