Continental Park Hotel
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Today is : Wednesday October 8, 2014 The Weather was : Foggy and cold in the am, cloudy and then sunny in the afternoon. 18 Today’s main activities were : Travel to Lucerne and Mt Pilatus Not a very promising morning as it had been raining most of the night and Fribourg was shrouded in fog as it often this time of year. 6am weather forecasts …
... card if you have them.Clothing :
- 4 t-shirts
- 1-2 shirts
- Socks and underwear
- 1 soft shell for hyper air conditioned airports
- 2 shorts
- 1 pair of pants
- 2 swimsuits ( one plain and one sexy)
- flip flops
- running shoes : some people will say trekking shoes, but unless you're a ...
... and I spotted a little Italian restaurant on the river where we enjoyed a delicious dinner of risotto ( best I've ever had) and pasta. We wandered through the city before returning to the hotel for bed. The next morning we were up early for our carriage and countryside experience. Lucky for us, the sun was shining and there was no sign of rain. This was one of my all time favourites as we were taken by horse drawn carriages through beautiful green pastures, apple orchards ...
... and once again quaint and very quiet as we had beaten all the bus crowds. The ride lasted about an hour we sat back relaxed, enjoyed and took a thousand more photos even though I don't think the camera can do justice to this most beautiful part of the world. Back to the hotel for some free time so everyone went shopping for their Swiss watches and pocket knives of which we bought none. Tomorrow we are off to Germany. Only two more sleeps till this fantastic trip comes to an end.
... private collection would have an obscene value. Joelene and i had both come to the conclusion that the wealth in this country is up there. It would be very expensive to live here and the price of a simple beer or wine is up there. There are no euros here, they still operate on the swiss franc and i over heard a conversation between one of the tour team members and the tour leader asking 'why is Switzerland not in the EU'. The response was 'as far as i can tell they don't need ...