Continental Park Hotel
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- Minbar in room
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- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
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This morning we caught the 8:13 am and headed for Luzern, Switzerland. Approximately a 2 1/2 hour train ride. It was cold, cloudy and rainy. Not the best way to see this beautiful city; but we decided we didn't want to miss it. The last time we visited Luzern was in 1970 and it was warm and sunny. Quite a contrast to today. Luzern has long been Switzerland's tourism capital. The city sits on a lake (Lake Luzern) ...
... br> July 3rd
Had an enormous buffet breakfast at the hotel before setting off on a guided walking tour of the city in a group of seventeen. Our guide told us many things about the city and country including:
- Switzerland is the one of only two countries with a ...
... west. Our first stop was the small town of Unterwasser, where we were looking for the Thuwasserfälle. The directions in our guidebook were maddeningly vague - something along the lines of, "Go to the town, park, and look for a trail" which made us a little less than confident that we could actually find it. Luckily the town was quite small, and we saw a sign.
It was a short hike and we passed a large tour group who was also on ...
... enjoyed the crisp mountain sunshine, some good coffee and apple strudel..then watched the mountain panorama again, as the sun set on the mountain tops, on our way back to Luzern Fresh seeded brown mountain bread, swiss cheese, ham, apples and red wine in our room topped off a fantastic day. It's now 0degrees outside..expected top temp on the Jungfraujoch tomorrow is minus 5 degrees..yes we have ...
... and also saw some kitsch displays then caught a lift to the Sphinx Terrace. This was amazing. We ascended fast and were able to go outside to enjoy the majestic view. Part of the terrace was closed due to icicles and heavy snow falling from the observatory, so although we couldn't walk around the whole 360degree terrace we thoroughly enjoyed the panoramic views we saw. Clouds hid some of the landscape below, ...