Hotel Balm Meggen
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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As this Indian Summer weather continues, it seems that all of Luzern and the surrounding countryside were out strolling on the streets of this beautiful old city, taking boat rides on the Vierwaldstattersee (Lake Luzern) or simply sitting in a sidewalk cafe enjoying coffee and a pastry. And we were right there by their sides.
But before talking about this several-hundred-year-old city, we need to take you through the central-Swiss mountains and describe ...
... they showed up and was in bed for much of the afternoon. This left lots of room on the boat for John, Tony, Talia and Leandro to go for a boat ride and me and Sarah to catch up.
I learned that day a lot about the founding cantons of Switzerland their strongly held beliefs about tradition and how both history and geography have a deep seated effect on their inhabitants. It helped me to understand both myself and my beliefs about this amazing ...
... as Switzerland to my classmates, I figured there was no way I could go to Europe, and not see Switzerland! That just could not happen!! Unfortunaty... Seeing as Switzerland is ridiculously expensive, I only spent 2 full days in Switzerland. Of course, the country is beautiful, but not a lot of tourist stuff to see. It's just a pretty place to look at. Oh... And the most amazing chocolate!!! I arrived in Luzern around 10, dropped my bag off at the hostel, ...
... Randy was so hungry for a burger that we had to go; ended up not being that great. Lois got chicken sandwich (terrible).
Heini for lunch. Sandwich and dessert--very good
Hotel Flora for dinner: Minestrone soup with cod (excellent) and lasagne (not with tomato sauce; with olive oil) with lots of vegies (very good; not Randy's favorite)
... was ready to face the day although only ate very light. We headed out of no name town and drove to Heidelberg where we did a quick walk around and saw the historic centre, took a few photos and grabbed a bottle of water and back on the bus. The temperature was soaring and made it 38 C this day. We headed to Mannheim to the John Deere Factory. We knew we were getting close as we started to drive in circles. This has happened with all the farms we visit as well, ...