Continental Park Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Room service
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
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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 …
... Young men were sent to large European empires to fight and came back rich. There is a sculpture of a lion dedicated to those soldiers killed trying to protect Louis XVI during the French revolution. These days they still send soldiers to the Vatican. Also interestingly, they are one of the few countries that still have conscription (8 months) for young men.
... could see Mt Pilatus clearly where we are going tomorrow
We finished the night at Stadtkeller restaurant for a traditional Swiss evening starting with a cheese fondue.. We were entertained with Swis folk music,yodelling by a group in national costume, there was much participation from the two coach groups from Australia. We had a pleasant walk back to our hotel right in the centre of ...
... are 2.50, bargain! Oh and I got a good espresso for 1.60! We ended up eating noodles with canned veggies, cheese and beer. It was alright. The next day was jen's day, we went to a rock museum. It was interesting, too interesting for jen.. She really really likes rocks. It showed the history of Lucerne, glaciers, ice age and fossilised remains and information on climate change. It ended with an awesome house of mirrors that was very ...
... on it. It was a very peaceful place. We drove up the hill behind the city which gave us a look at big old houses in that area though many of them aren’t single dwellings – more than 90% of the Zurich population rents their homes, and over all 70% of Swiss rent their homes, it seems very high. They pointed out several old peoples’ homes and that’s apparently because they have moved into the more central areas while ...