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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... the nicest thing in the world.
The location was perfect to be warm though..sun out, next to a lake, not a care in the world....you get the idea.
Anyway, one of the things that happened down near the lake:
One of the friends had a baby, but she went for a swim leaving it with the Dad. Then the dad ran off with the toddler. Then the baby started to cry, and Francoise couldn't make it stop...so I tried.
Now for those ...
... quick train. Switzerland is very pretty and very expensive. Europe as a whole is expensive but Switzerland feels like double that again. We're staying in an apartment owned by a local police officer. All I have to say about it at the moment is that it's cheap. We have no heating, washing machine just broke and the room is the size of my bathroom at home. Knowing what I know now, I'd stay in the city centre next time in a ...
... to shop here. At the end of Lake we went to eat at the Limmatquai for a very nice pasta meal. There is nothing really Swiss in most places. And then we walked towards the Wanserkirche (water church). Then to the Grossmunster to visit the church that Calvin preached and has crypts dating back to 15th century. Then walked across the river to the other side to visit Fraumunster, which is another old church with a green minaret with stained glasses and ...
... until we reached the top at 7,000ft. Time restricted us again, so we were only up there about 10 minutes before taking the 'worlds steepest cogwheel railway' down the mountain with a gradient of 48%! The railway is placed on the cliff face and twines through the mountain tunnels. From the bottom we took the 2hour boat trip along the shores of the emerald Lake Lucerne before hitting the beautiful township. It's a lovely little town with fantastic wooden foot ...
... padded. ) Yep I have learnt over to touch the floor at - Buckingham Palace - The Vatican - you name it....I've thought the floor was padded. I did it yesterday on the CONCRETE paving on top of Mt Stanserhorn. And finally said to myself, 'Enough! Your shoes are padded. NOT THE FLOOR.' So that only took me 28 days. .. ......... Still thinking of the ...