Hotel Hirschen-Cafe Seehof
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... I guess. That is when I realized I was going to miss all home made delicacies this year. The train ride to Lucerne was a quiet one and a beautiful journey indeed. I listened to all my favourite songs en route. Later on during the journey, there were two very elderly ladies who also boarded the train and it was such bliss to watch them enjoy nature's beauty.
When I arrived at the station, it was pretty crowded and I did not expect that. The staff at ...
... shaking and my
heart was going like a steam pump. High altitude and lack of food hade certainly
taken its toll on me!!
After scoffing my food I headed back to the hotel and simply sat down and
relaxed under the mountains. Again it had been a mighty long day and I was
certainly looking forward to a good nights sleep.
Tomorrows plan is to head up to the peak of yet another high peak so lets
just hope the altitude does not have any bad effects on me this ...
The sweet comfort of a nice hotel will certainly be missed but my next mini vacation is in a week! Yes, I know I am on vacation but a mini vacation to me means a hotel room all to myself! I arrived at the train to early because it only took me a minute to get there so I explored and bought some breakfast and travel food. I was preparing myself for the long 6 hour journey to Switzerland. The train ride was uneventful but I did manage to read a lot. For the most part, I think I ...
... and tea here more compared to Italy. We then strolled to the train station at 10am to wait for our tour guide to head up to Mt. Pilatus. Inside the train station there were more little Christmas markets, which we had a look around. One of the stores were selling donuts that had 5 different fillings - vanilla, apricot, raspberry/strawberry jam, chocolate and baileys cream. The baileys donuts were mouth watering. We met our tour guide whose name is ...
... pretty obvious we weren't in Italy anymore. Not long after that, we had some kind of border control stroll through with a sniffer dog. It was kinda scary but he passed us and all was fine - phew.
Our train was running pretty late due to it arriving in Milan late. This meant it decided to have minimal stops and we thought we might end up not getting off at our intended stop for our cross over. Ours was one of the very few it did stop for and in its rush - only ...