Hotel Terrasse Am See
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The trip from Munich took around 5-6 hrs and it was in no way boring. The scenery is simply so different from anything you would see in Australia. As the carriage passes by the Bavarian and Swiss countryside it is like a window of non stop entertainment.
We arrived in Lucerne late afternoon and after a short visit to the information centre to get a city map and some brief directions to our hostel, we walked our way to our accommodation which was located around 10-15min ...
... But the second dragon came close to the cooper and snorted gently, as if to tell him that the time had come to leave their winter home. The cooper plucked up courage, grabbed hold of the dragon's tail and suddenly they were both soaring in the fresh spring air, high above the cave. The cooper thought his heart would burst with joy as he felt the warm sunshine playing on his face. Carefully the dragon lowered him onto a flower-carpeted meadow. The young man waved to ...
... a seat right in front next to the driver. We could really see and feel the steepness and understand why the cogs are needed. In Vitznau, we left the station for the long 200 feet walk to the hotel. The room is nice, clean, and has a view of the Swiss Mountains and a peek a boo lake view as well. However, it is hot in the room and there is no A/C so we shutter it up and hope the sun is off it later and it cools off. Vitznau is a lot different after the ...
... came move #2. From Cham to Luzern. So start over essentially. More city paperwork, address changes again..bank - work - insurrance etc. Also all new logistics to get to work: walk, bus, train, walk. Gonna be in tip top shape that is for sure! The move went very smoothly.It was funny to compare the Montreal movers (the very Quebecois team) to the Swiss movers. The Swiss movers (total 4 men) were all dressed the same, in a uniform: red nice t-shirts and ...
... covered bridge that spanned the river in the heart of town. It was nearly 500 years old and adorned with flowers on the outside, and triangle-framed paintings depicting the history of the area on the inside of the bridge. Perhaps the most fun was watching the graceful swans cruise around in the water, providing a lovely foreground for the surrounding mountain peaks. The only thing that could have made this niche of Switzerland more idyllic would have been if ...