Hotel Krone Lenzburg
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Pets allowed
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... warm character and a special ambience. Each room is decorated differently, and in different colors. It appears to be authentic old Italian in design. We would stay here again if it wasn't so far away from the heart of Venice.
Our coach left right on time, trying to keep ahead of traffic congestion like we encountered on our journey from Munich into Venice a few days ago. We have a lot of miles to cover before arriving in Lucerne later this afternoon. Around 10:00 we made a 45 ...
... in the back of the building. Their friends agreed and so two families hid there for two years until they were betrayed and all arrested. They all died in concentration camps except Ann's father who later published her diary. It was a very moving place to visit.
Then we walked to the Van Gogh Museum - this time there was only a short queue and we spent two hours there looking at his paintings and learning about his life ...
... Fountain (built 1918)
Kornmarkt Square was the grain market place of the city
Hirschenplatz Square--Dornach House--the painting on the building commemorates the Battle of Dornach in 1499
Weinmarkt Square with the beautiful fountain
Unfortunately, didn't spend as much time here as we would have liked. It started to pour down rain; ducked ...
... up. Best decision ever.
At Rigi-Kulm we finally reached the highest peak and we literally felt on top of the world. Speechless. We arrived at the perfect time, because moments later clouds drifted in and covered one side of the mountain. We literally were in the middle of the clouds. While some might have been disappointed with not seeing every view possible, it was so fun to be in the middle of ...
... the views at a leisurely pace is a treat! Both of the boys are really developing an eye for photography, and Jon took tons of pictures today!
After a long day trekking through central Switzerland, we all went for dinner and then home for a well deserved sleep!
Tomorrow... Santis Mountain... and G has promised that the the walking will be easier! I certainly hope so!