Drei Konige Hotel Lucerne
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By Louise: I would have to say that today was one of the highlights of our trip (although there's virtually nothing that hasn't been!) Along with Darren's tour group, we departed Bern for Basel, and we could not have taken a more scenic route. As it is a Public Holiday in Switzwerland - Pentecost, we had a bonus tour day. Firstly, we boarded a boat for a gentle trip across Lake Lucerne. The lake is vast (114km sq) and the vista serene and picturesque. The ...
... parades. We didn’t even get near the rest of the permanent collection or the archaeology section but from this short visit I’d recommend the museum to anyone.
Dinner was a bit of a treat, we went down to the old town and chanced on Le Dezaley up a little lane and it was a great find. http://le-dezaley.ch/en/history.html The building has a very long history and now as a restaurant showcases local food and there’s a ...
... perfect time for a Pumpkin Spice Latte ^_^
There isn't much to do/see in Zurich unless you love shopping and have loads of money to spend (which I did not). The Christmas markets in the train station were interesting. The smell of hot wine and cheese radiated throughout the building. I couldn't turn a corner without getting a whiff of some of the most pungent cheese I'd ever smelt.
As the day drove on and I was done with my sightseeing, I decided ...
... the train as we journeyed through wild meadows and alongside a meandering stream. The grass was still green but as we got closer the mountains more and more snow appeared from nowhere. Eventually, when we arrived into the small village; the whole area was covered in deep snow.
There seemed to be a lot of activity going on around the train station. Huge crowds of people waved scarves and banners. At first I thought that they had received news of my ...