Hotel De La Paix
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... staying at and had a home-made map of the streets to follow. A short 5 minute walk and we were there - a small hotel along a less traveled street.
We checked in to a smallish room with a double-bed with a cot for Marin and then set off to find food. We ended up eating at a Burger King in the train station. They use francs in Switzerland so I had stopped at an ATM along the way to get some money for this last part of our trip. We cashed in our Euros the next day at ...
... my eyes open. That's ridiculous. #5 - Cruising around Lake Lucerne. After making it down Mount Pilatus, Monika took us onto a ship to cruise around Lake Lucerne. It's an incredibly beautiful lake with such a wide body of water, and charming houses surrounding the water's edge. Carmen, Karen and I stayed inside to take a break from the cold and just relax with some hot drinks. Van ventured outside to take photos where she encountered the couple who had taken ...
... the next day gawked out the window and was spell bounded to be perched above the clouds, often describing it as her version of heaven. When we awoke the next day we were a little disappointed to see the valley covered in fog and clouds and the prospect of magnificent views on the summit unlikely. Also they were undertaking work on the cable car to the mountain so we needed a plan B. Luckily when based in the Swiss alps you ...
So I think I'll fast forward a few days.
By this point I had gone back to London to meet my sister, caught up with my Godsister who was living in London with her boyfriend and I also caught up with Kate a friend from Sydney who was doing some travel of her own. Walking the streets of Oxford circus was awesome, the streets were all lit up and still had christmas decorations hanging about. I loved the hustle and bustle in London.
... brown Santa who is santas side kick! His name is schmulzli. He dresses very similar to Santa but wears white and brown and holds a small broom made of branches and if a child is naughty through the year they get a smack on the bottom! We were so excited! We learnt all about the Swiss Christmas traditions only last night! After finding Santa clause and looking at all the cool buildings we were off to find somewhere to eat dinner. it was getting cold and ...