Hotel Balm Meggen
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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It was an early start for drive up to Lake Lucerne,Switzerland. I was sad to leave italy and very conscious that our holiday was soon to be over we were on our way back home now. We had to pay a 45 euro road tax to drive in Switzerland even though we were only staying one day which I thought incredibly expensive. It was a lovely drive but there was a massive ...
... from Grindelwald over the Susten Pass.
Leaving Interlaken, we stopped at a large, open-air museum called Ballenburg, where structures from various towns and regions of the country have been assembled to show how people in those locales lived and worked, and to display some of the regional craftsmaking traditions in a way that both children and adults can understand. We thought it was very well-done and fascinating.
Driving in the Swiss mountains is ...
... restaurant for a meal of veal and fish. Inside the storm whipped up; the trees blowing furiously. More lightning and thunder amidst the chiming of church bells. We were cozzy in our little swiss restaurant, a candle on the table and a glass of wine, we talked about the success of the day. Also about the most fulfilling feeling of having everything working so well and the group members so content with their first day. Only another tour manager ...
... to the market workers who would then say back shakalaka boom boom, no idea why they did this but it was a lot of fun. The rest of the day was pretty much all spent driving with a few service stops along the way with a little shopping and lunch at one of the biggest services we have been to yet. We stocked up on some Italian goodies before ...
... the type that goes on cables, not on the water like in Venice). The gondola holds 4 people and we were with 2 very nervous US women who said that they were afraid of heights. After Anne promised not to run from side to side and make the gondola swing they sat down and looked forward so that hey could not see how far above Luzern they were and only had to look down 6m to see the ground. They were fun to talk with (and tease about heights). The ...