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- Continental Breakfast
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... the very moving Lion monument & walked through the streets of Lucerne & did a little shopping .
We had an amazing ride on the cog railway and cable car to see the spectacular views across this beautiful countryside from the resort up on the mountain which is part of the swiss alps, not much snow at the moment but had some clouds moving through us, it was a little cool but the sun was peering through ...
... up a church’s tower. From the top of the tower we got a good view over Zurich, we could see all the old buildings as well as a great view of the lake and the mountains off in the distance at the end of Lake Zurich. There were a number of jetties around the river and lake that we could see, which turned out to be swimming spots for locals to either swim in the lake or hang out sunbathing.
After walking through Zurich’s old buildings ...
... br> MANNLI (Little Man) got his name from the little metal man on his top carrying a banner. (This is the second tower)
ZYT (Clock Tower)--city's oldest clock, built in 1535 by Hans Luter; still has the privilege to chime every hour one minute earlier than all other clocks in town.
Somewhat of a steep climb, worth it for the great views of ...
... for a wide variety of cultural events throughout the year. Lucerne is the ideal starting point for many excursions to the highlights of central Switzerland. A trip up one of Lucerne’s regional mountains, the Pilatus or the Rigi – the queen of mountains – is a must. But excursions up onto the Stanserhorn, the Bürgenstock or a steamship cruise on Lake Lucerne with its many bends and arms are certainly no less worthy. The Wilhelm ...
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 ...