Hotel Central Kriens
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Lovely vintage hotel. Spacious rooms, with plenty of power points. Sitting areas on the floors makes it feel homely. Lovely food.
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With 4 hours sleep under our belts we're up and packed onto our bus for a full day of travelling. Today we enter Switzerland, the home of Roger Federer!
After almost leaving behind 2 different contiki members.. again, we said goodbye to Paris and headed on to the wide open road. I loved watching the country side change. It was so …
Today was our snow day!
After a quick walk from our hotel, we headed up to Mount Pilatus via cable cart, to see snow. As most of us had never seen snow before we were all very excited to reach the top, and this went into overdrive as it started snowing around us half way up in the carts. We drifted over houses, roads, …
... After warming up at the cafe we got a little lost and went a small way up the wrong trail, after backtracking and a little but of scouting by some of our group we found what we were looking for, the Eiger trail. The trail itself was a relatively easy walk in comparison to the other walks in the area. The Eiger trial took about an hour and three quarters, so altogether we walked for about three hours in the ...
... We joined them, the Stoneys went to find something to eat. We also saw Ellen White's parents there. Lisa had a quick chat to them before they headed off to the stadium. The German turned up after a little while. She had sent Lisa a text to say she was at the stadium, so we told her where we were & 20 minutes later our 5 had become a 6. We then, albeit briefly, became a 7 as Martin arrived. He too went to find something to eat, so we decided to head off to the stadium.
A street market was set up outside our hotel, under the train/tram tracks Wednesday morning. We spent awhile gawking at the smelly fish, next to the table of scarves, next to the table of poultry and beef, next to endless shoes..and so on. After the market our stop for most of the day was the Louvre.
With Rick Steve's trusty Paris book in hand we navigated the highlights inside the giant palace. While there were no lines ...