Hotel Stern Luzern
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... grabbed my stuff and snuck into the the other free shower. I'm pretty sure noone saw me. The rest of the night was spent packing up for check-out tomorrow whilst listening to songs from bands of the late 1990's-early 2000's. e.g. backstreet boys, westlife, S Club 7.... we're such dorks :) Karen also spent some of this time using my hairdryer to try and dry out a pair of pants she'd attempted to wash the previous day. Such a handy hairdryer :) Gute Nacht from Switzerland! ...
... change of transport, we were back on the bus for our visit to Ulli's (farm owner) farm. Switzerland farming is very small in size 16 hectares. The maximum head of cattle is 60 the farm we visited had 15. The Swiss cows are beautiful, big and brown with the biggest brown eyes and fluffy ears. Most of them wear bells , the bigger the bell the better the milker but the average cow produces 20 litres of milk per day anyway. The clanging of the cow bells were annoying at first but ...
... would ruin the photo! At that point i stood where i was, handed the camera to one of the ladies on the trip, dropped my backpack, grabbed joelene and said to the lady with the camera, make sure you get a few! I will make sure i upload the photo of this guy in the corner of the photo giving me the daggers as i happily stood around for my photo. My biggest problem at this point is working out which ones of the hundreds of photos we are going to upload from today as there are simply - ...
... thick fog.
Due to the late arrival time in Lucerne along with the inclement weather, the scheduled lake cruise we were booked on was cancelled for today and will be rescheduled for tomorrow afternoon. We hope the weather improves as there are such beautiful mountains surround us here. But, all we can see now is fog and clouds.
Dinner tonight was one of the included meals and we all met as a group in a private dining room overlooking the mountains, which can usually ...
... James Morrison etc. - none of which we hope are suffering from a case of BB ;) We started our touristy day at one of the most famous sites in Switzerland, the Chapel Bridge and tower. The original bridge was built in 1300, but was destroyed by a fire and later reconstructed. It is made of wood and has painted triangular panels that depict Swiss history. We were fortunate enough to arrive in old town for their Saturday market, where vendors ...