Hotel De La Paix
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... streets and older style buildings and you could easily spend more time exploring this attractive area.
The views from our coach of the countryside were amazing as we travelled along. These European countries have beautiful scenery.
We reached Lucerne in Switzerland after 8pm. Our accommodation was about 20 minutes outside the city in amongst all the car yards. Not an ideal location but the Ibis Motel there was only recently built so everything was lovely and ...
... Calibri",sans-serif; font-size: 11pt; font-style: normal; font-weight: normal;">At the age of 12 over half Swiss children start an apprenticeship and only go to school one day a week. However, it is common for schooling to be finished later.
... in the breeze and it's a little scary to cross it. Furthermore, it's another of those bridges with an open steel floor so you can see straight down below your feet. We did cross it, though!
Back down the 3-part gondola, and we headed off to Lucerne. Navigation here was a little tricky once we got into town; I missed a turn and had to circle around for a bit for another try. Once I got on the street where our hotel was supposed ...
Sunday was daylight savings time in Europe, so we all set our alarms back an hour since we didn't know if they would change automatically. However, Ben got the short end of that stick. At 6:00 in the morning, his obnoxious alarm woke us up. We all kind of just rolled over just thinking he wanted to get a head start, or go hiking or something. Then at 6:40, I hear him putting on his shoes, so I ask him where he's going. He's looks up at me as if I'm completely out of it, and ...
... already when we've been too boisterous!! Dinner tonight was a classic...the head waiter stood at the top of our table, very erect with arms by his side, and shouted "enjoy your meal!" In such a way I was waiting for his heels to click followed by the salute! It was hilarious and a few of us had tears streaming down our faces we were laughing so much!
The two hour walking tour was great...all the local guides we've had have been fantastic ...