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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Today we leave our little piece of paradise in the Swiss Alps. We have breakfast at 8.00 am and are again amazed at the quality of the food. We are heading off to Lucern today for a couple of days. The original route calculated by Google Earth had us backtracking before heading to Lucern. We leave Nax and input Brig into the GPS to head us towards the Alps. Once close to Brig we input Lucern. The GPS tells ...
... aren't very good, I can hardly hear anything". The old boy looks across and says, "have you tried putting them in your ears?" DOH!
To be fair, it was late, and she was tired.
Right, that's it for today, and possibly this year. As we said before, we won't be writing this stuff next year, you'll just have to come out and see these things for yourself.
You've been a wonderful audience, thank you and goodnight.
See you soon
... Chur, then back to the town of Andermatt. The bus picked us up and had just over an hours drive to Lucerne. The countryside we saw today was something we couldn't explain, and the photos can't do justice but tried. A stunning day in all. Went out and had tea on the river, not cheap but who cares. We have thoroughly had such a good ...
... we had a couple of hours to visit the Castle high up on the side of a hill overlooking the town. Went up there by Funicular Rail - much easier than walking up the steep hill. Finished the afternoon off with a german wheat beer before back on the bus for the hotel a few kilometres out of town. Dinner at the hotel. Tomorrow is our last day on tour! ...
... with their nine towers form part of the historic fortifications built around Lucerne from the 13th century. Three Towers are open to the public--go up the first one and walk across the wall. Can't believe we are able to go along this ancient walkway that was used by knights to defend the town--just Imagine!
SCHIRMER is a gateway from the city to ...