- Swimming pool
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... road. We dropped our bikes back and headed to Airtime cafe. I had a dark hot chocolate and it was to die for. Dayna kept drinking mine as she just got a lemonade. All of a sudden marching bands playing traditional music came past us. Like this day couldn't get even better.
That night we stocked up on supplies and made our dinner in the little kitchen the hotel provides. ...
... from the winter. Then the rocks took over and the cogwheels worked their way through the dark tunnels and into the Pilatus station 7,000 feet up. It is a tad shorter than Pike's Peak which is 9,000 feet or so; you get the picture. As we exited the cogwheel we had to climb some very shallow stairs, Pete and I mistakenly made fun of these child-stairs until we reached the top and where out of breath because of the altitude change. Geesh! I've never felt ...
... back, headed into the town of Lucerne. As I was not attending the cheese fondu lunch I walked along the main canal with my new friend Caitlin, she is a kindergarten teacher from Melbourne. There are two main walking bridges across the central channel, one of which used for (I'm told) filming for the Harry Potter movies! So I got lots of photos of that haha.
After lunch we did a quick walking tour through the old city, learnt that the Harry Potter bridge, which ...
Today is cooler but it should be as we've traveled through the Austrian Alps into Switzerland, sadly I haven't seen one traditional Swiss house. We had to buy the Swiss motorway tax which costs about 35 euros which is quite cheap as it's for a year.
We decided to spend two days in Lucerne, which is very lovely sitting on a gorgeous ...
... 3:30 and again the rain held off. Despite the pedestrian zone shopping areas being very crowded, 99% of the stores are closed since it is Sunday. Only a few souvenir kiosks were open. We walked around the old town area to the Lion carved in granite, across Lucerne's famous wooden bridges, and then window shopping. Every other store sells Swiss Army knives and very high end watches. Dinner was at a ...