- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Well what a day, as woke and couldn't see the mountains as the miss cloud and rain so thought we were going to have a horrid day, the church visits the day before must have paid off. Ha ha! We had a beautiful day, went to the train station of St Moritz and the day just got better, as had a 5 hour ride on the Glacier Express to the ...
... at them.
Afterward, Sheri and I ventured out to dinner, walking about 15 minutes to a hotel "Tthe Montana", with a cable car ride up to the hotel and a fabulous unobstructed view of the lake and Mt Pilatus. We could see a storm settling in over the mountain and concerned about tomorrows enjoyment if it would be raining. It started lightning and then thunder. The storm was blasting into the city of Lucerne. We wandered further down the street ...
... and appeared under renovation.
There are old town walls that still exist along with some watch towers.
Very busy and crowded along Reuss River (Rathausquai) with many outdoor tables full of people. Great place to drink, snack, eat and people watch.
And there's swans! Lots of them! So majestic! I've never seen them live like this and those buggers are huge - Canada Goose size.
We stopped ...
... down the slope. From here, the ice flier brought us back to the top, where we awaited a gondola to begin our descent down the mountain. There was enough room for all in the first gondola, but 2; Rhianna and I. We were stranded and waved goodbye to the others, heading down the mountain. We were among the first aboard the next gondola and soon enough we were all back to Engelberg. From here, we climbed back on the bus and began the trip back to Zurich via Lucerne.
Back in Zurich, ...
... 20th century. These birds are quite large, really graceful and know how to work the tourist audience for snacks. Our group then went on a private cruise around part of the lake. We saw it all - lake, mountains, vivid green fields, huge lakeside villas and castles. Took plenty of photos. Mike our guide then confirmed the weather at the top of Mount Pilatus had cleared enough to make it worth our while to catch the cable cars to the summit. This is ...