Hotel Krone Lenzburg
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... sore. We walked up to a public viewing of the World Cup just as Argentina scored in extra time so the crowd was going wild! They even had drums... I'm pretty sure they were just hitting them to make noise and not make music. Afterwards, I crashed in my room till the Germany game and watched it from next door. I watch A LOT of soccer these days... Again, I'm exhausted. However, I feel accomplished. Onto the next one! Tomorrow: Interlaken, Swiss!!! Can't wait to do some crazy stuff ...
... could easily put on weight..but there don't seem to be overweight people walking around .MAYBE IT'S ALL THE BIKE RIDING THEY DO..NOT AS THE DUTCH IN AMSTERDAM..but you still see hundreds of bikes parked outside the shopping centres and railway stations..many of the ones here are electric Glad we went to the Jungfrau yesterday...it was -7degrees there a short while ago, with freezing drizzle!..tomorrow 1 - 5 degrees in Geneva..with rain snow and ...
... Forest into the rolling hills and farms of southern Germany, crossing the Rhein River at the swiss border town of Koblenz, then passing thru small farming towns and villages that dotted the valley that approached Lucerne.
About 20 miles north of Lucerne we got our first glimpse of the magnificent swiss alps. In spite of the bright sunny day, a ...
... to believe that they are nice beings like these friendly young things. Nevertheless, one particular guide book has suggested an antidote to the Provodnitsa: a triangular key.
An average Russian train has locked windows. Toilets are locked 30 min before and after each station. Both can be unlocked with a triangular key like the one used for British gas meter boxes. While the exact dimension of the key was not known to me initially, I've ...
... a Swiss fondu. melted cheese with bread to dip in it. Sitting with Rick, Andrew & Sue. Andeew and I decide to have a beer. It comes out in clay stiens that hold at least a litre. Needs two hands to hold it. The place fills up almost exclusively with tour groups. The entertainment starts and is basically a Swiss band and a woman singing, yodeling!!. They are quite good. They do all sorts of things like getting the 10 foot elk horns out and then get the audience up ...