Drei Konige Hotel Lucerne
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... the day was the Swiss Alps. I can now say I have played in the snow on the Swiss Alps and Had some Toblerone chocolate on the Swiss alps as well :) (the triangular shape of the Toblerone chocolate is inspired and meant to represent the Swiss alps) it was freezing and the shoes I was wearing certainly were not suitable. I was sure I would take them off and have purple toes. We first caught the train up the hill and this took about 20 minutes. I ...
... But, surprisingly, that was very relaxed
I can across a gorgeous chocolate shop selling local produce from the
region across the river. It's all handmade too.
Even though, I haven't said a lot about Lucerne, it certainly is a
must see destination.
And that's all for my Lucerne ...
Our cruise on Lake Lucerne last night was very relaxing. There is still snow on the mountains from last season. On our way we saw thin poles sticking up on a building site. This is what the local gov does in order to gauge opposition for development for approval. The poles represent the area and height of the proposed building. We thought it was a good idea! Our dinner was a delicious fondue followed by salad,schnitzel, rosti, ...
... back washing his soda into his glass." I told him to try not to let it bother him and returned my attention to the stage. I could care less about the weird dude!
Our hostess for the night Sylvia played a mean bottle xylophone contraption. The portly accordionist tore it up with a very raucous solo jam. Then the Swiss renaissance man, Daniel, brought out a Swiss horn. You know the one, the really long one from all those Ricola commercials. Well he played a few ...
... for a little while. Weggis is a quaint, lake town that has farms all around and a gorgeous vista. During our stay we learned that Swiss cheesecake is similar to a quiche, their schnapps are not like ours in the U.S.(they are 54 proof), and running a hotel and restaurant is a lot of work. Well, I can definitely cross off "owning bed and breakfast" from my list. During our stay at Hotel Friedheim we were treated very well, and I ...