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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The village where it stands today has been relocated from its original position, as in the late 1600’s the entire village was washed away in a huge flood. We were shown photos of a similar flood that would have washed away the village if it had been in its original position. Tomorrow off to Paris. A couple of the attached photos are from our swiss night on the 25/06/12 and our trip to San Gimngiano.
... cogwheel railway- some of the ascents were 48% gradient - made it very interesting if not scary looking backward and forward for that matter. Initially we went through forest then into farm land. The girls were very excited to see cows with bells. I don't think there would be any peace in the countryside cos man those bells are noisy. I really struggle to see how their farming can get close to economic as there are only about 20 cows ...
... sheets, but most had only the big blanket. I really don't understand the point of that in the summer when the rooms don't even have air-conditioning.
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I never did figure out if a 32cm pizza was big or not, and don't get me started about Slovakia where pizza sizes were measured in grams. The oddest thing to me was the 24-hour clock. I like it in theory, but since everyone still said "3pm" instead of 15, what's the point? ...
... cared too much though.
After watching the brilliant win in the tennis we went to the Lion Monument. The Lion Monument was created in tribute of the Swiss Militants who were betrayed by the French in the 1700’s. I don’t know the full story but we overheard snippets from a tour guide next to us. Whatever the full story, it is a very moving monument. You can see the anguish on the Lion’s face and it just gets to you, you can really feel the pain ...