Hotel Terrasse Am See
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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Travelled from Lugano to magnificent Lucerne today. We then travelled on to Belfort for the night, bringing us closer to Paris for the following day. OMG - Lucerne we loved and with a good covering of snow on the mountains and a great 22 degrees day we were in heaven. Took the cable car up Mt Pilatus and the sky ...
... little plants that I couldn't figure out if they were cactus, gourds, or edible things. Roses, in nosegay arrangements, or just plain long stemmed roses. It was about an hour and a half ride to Basel. The ship is docked 15 minutes from the center of old town. We were welcomed with a "light" lunch (I will hate to see a normal lunch if that was light). Judy and I went ...
... seen to be believed. Unfortunately, taking photographs was forbidden.
The next day I caught the train to Lucerne which takes 2hrs45min. Unfortunately, for the first time on the trip I felt like I was going to be sick. The lakeside city was obviously very beautiful, but I chose to rest in my hotel room for a few ...
... 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 ...
... form than what we have been seeing. I think we still prefer the old masters we have seen which tell a story or have historical significance. They do have a photographic collection which they rotate of Picassos more personal side taken by an American photographer called David Douglas Duncan. These were pretty interesting showing his lifestyle both at work and at play. He seemed to enjoy life. From the museum, we walked down to the dock, looked at the schedules and picked a 2 and ...