- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... with all the different sculptures. We did go outside on to the snow and again the views were amazing.
Lindt chocolate had an outlet there and of course we couldn’t resist. The lady gave us 4 lose chocolates saying they were extra as we were Australians….yay for us.
Now for the trip home and the reason this wasn’t written last night, I got sick. All I can say is I’m glad that there was a toilet ...
Our Swiss experience was beyond anything I could have expected, beside the cheese and the chocolate Lucerne took out the prize for most beautiful city ever! Buildings hundreds of years old surrounded a gorgeous lake in the centre of the city. There were swans floating over the lake and felt like we were walking through a real life Disney movie. We saw a few of the towns attractions including the Lion Monument, dedicated to the 700 Swiss army soldiers who ...
... of the ancient wall and the castle ruin at the top of the mountain. Down in the piazza, another castle is present, called the lower castle. Dining Friday evening on rabbit and zucchini was followed by a relaxing evening in the piazza overlooking the life size chess board. It seems that after WWI there was a group of local men that would gather in the piazza and play chess. They ...
After a day of rest from the wedding weekend we decided to (re)discover the surroundings of Trimbach. The plan was to go to Wisen and walk from the there to the old ruin of the Froburg Castle.
So after a hearty lunch at Kevin's place, the bus brought us from Trimbach via Hauenstein to Wisen. Coming from Singapore it was amazing how quiet the town was (okay to put it ...
... they were so poor the other countries pretty much left them alone. That is one reason for their historical neutrality. Back to the monument - it is a dying lion who even in death protects the shield of France. We then walked around Lucerne, seeing herds of swans, and hearing about their carnival, which begins in a city square which in the past was a graveyard. It was held there because "being dead must be boring" so events were held there to share the excitement. Free time - we ...