Seehotel Hermitage Luzern
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... all shuffled into the store. Time pieces filled the vision, vast displays could be seen over two floors mixed in with a variety of Swiss army knives. We all made our way upstairs for a brief demonstration and display of the products they have to sell. We once again heard the story of how in the past jewellery was outlawed so the jewellers had to find another job, One that they could apply their skills to but wasn’t illegal. They turned to watchmaking. If a watch is more than ...
... pub food for dinner, we ventured out to a nearby grocery store to buy breakfast foods and snacks for the next day. We went to Migros grocery store which was like a really tiny IGA. With a limited range of foods we kept walking round and round in circles trying to decide what to buy. With our grocery shopping sorted, we walked the streets a little bit to get a feel of the town. Even in darkness, we saw a lot of Swans in the river. They were really ...
... cog railway (we called it The Red Caterpillar), which is the steepest one on Earth. As we ascended high up along the mountain, we could feel the temperature change and layers of clothes were put on. We saw cows with large brass bells around their necks walking/balancing on the slopes. After 40 mins we made it to the top of the mountain and we could see the towns far below. We walked around the top of the mountain, Pokie took 10 000 photos, had ...
... informative...the architecture and stories behind each building is wonderful and really puts a different light on the city.
We've checked out some of the shops already but Lucerne is very expensive so we're on hold for the shopping until tomorrow when we get to Grindelwald. So sorry guys - the Swiss watches we saw today were off the radar price wise so we'll keep looking! We've got a cruise on the lake first thing in the morning before we ...
... counter. I guess that the political situation, combined with the chance that people will try and take antiquities out of the country (which is illegal), means they have to take extra precautions. Check in went fine, and my bag was checked right through to Paris CDG. (I'm a little worried about this, as I have an overnight layover in Zurich, and who knows where my bag could get to in that time!) Cleared passport control without any issues as well, and still had time to ...