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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Multilingual staff
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Rather remiss not to have already acknowledged the work of our leader, Ian Prior, in getting us to this point. I understand the trip planning began 18 months ago as an idea between Ian and a few of his Victorian MG Car Club colleagues. Ian is Vice President of the club and carries significant responsibility within the club for various projects. He is a long term MG owner and has numerous MGs in various stages of restoration.
... thick forests and fields. We road across a covered bridge, saw many grazing cows (and heard their bells), and beautiful farms, barns and cheese houses (where cheese is made and stored). We stopped at the farmer's home and sampled homemade wine, apple cider, cakes, pastries.and cheese. The farmers took us back to the train station where we boarded buses and then took the train back to Lucerne. Another wonderful ...
... travel stories - with them just now coming from Brussels and Amsterdam and about to go to Lucerne. They gave us ideas on things to do and we gave them the lowdown on the Mt Pilatus trip. We enjoyed our dinner, watched some English soccer on TV, then headed back to our hotel to find accommodation in Brussels. We are not sure what we are up to tomorrow - this is really just a stopover on our way to Brussels. We will wait and see what tomorrow ...
... until we started freezing our asses off for the first time this holiday and retreated back down the hills and to the hotel for a sleep. First time we actually had to put on a hoodie. The next morning we checked out and went with the car out to CERN and checked out the museum there and hoped to get a last minute spot on a tour of CERN but missed out because we hadn't booked months in advance! But at least we saw some cool things there about Anti-Matter etc which features in the ...
... through Lisa's choice of prettiest streets towards the river, and then along it. It seemed like the river was the place to be, so we stopped and enjoyed it with a cold beer from a cafe, dangling our legs over the waters edge and watching daring (and super fit) guys attempt to slackline across part of the river. Motivated by a quest for Swiss chocolate, we traversed part of the old town and up to a lookout of the city. It was super nice to have a ...