Hotel Pilatus-Kulm

Address: Schlossweg 1, Lucerne, Lucerne, 6010, Switzerland | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Schlossweg 1, Lucerne, is near Mt. Rigi, Rosengart Collection (Sammlung Rosengart), Picasso Museum, and Lucerne Concert Hall.
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    A travel blog entry by tim.anya.2015 on Jul 04, 2015

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    ... fruit, fresh meat & flowers, found the top bridge and the town wall, looked at some swiss watches and souvenirs in general. Mass was at 5.15 at the Hofkirche, with an amazing facade & beautiful altars, had dinner then back to the Rathaus (old town hall) for drinks.

    Today was still really warm but we had a breeze blowing, early night, catching the train to Zurich tomorrow then the plane to Rome.

    There are ...

    A Casual 18,721 Steps Stroll Around Town

    A travel blog entry by jfm13 on May 25, 2015

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    ... roof so they are more understated than say Italian churches.

    Our next stop was the Lowendenkmal (Lion monument). The "Dying Lion of Lucerne" is supposed to be world famous, although I didn’t know about it until Deb Elliot told me about it at Church just before we left Adelaide. Not that I am the arbiter of what is world famous. It is carved into rock above a pool of water. It commemorates Swiss soldiers who died trying to defend ...

    Cable cars, train & boat

    A travel blog entry by jfm13 on May 24, 2015

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    ... lookout was slippery as the path slopped heavily from one side to the other and the snow was powdery soft. Some teenagers were throwing snowballs at each other and unsuspecting strangers. I am not sure all nationalities took it in good humour. It was cold at the top.
    Mt Pilatus gets its name from Pilot in the Bible, the one that handed Jesus over to the Jews. The legend is that after he left Israel he came to Switzerland and climbed the mountain to a small lake part way up ...

    Bored Yet?

    A travel blog entry by fos53 on Aug 23, 2013

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    ... now unachievable. I think I am guilty of not having a plan B. Whilst I always knew there was a strong chance of some injury cropping up and stopping me, I hadn’t prepared myself mentally for what I would then have to do in order to complete The Run.
    Secondly, the disruption this has caused Giuliana is almost unfair. She is happy to come down for a third trip to do the backup duties uncomplainingly, but it is a nuisance for her but she has been brilliant ...

    Pure Swiss Bliss

    A travel blog entry by travelistolive on Jun 06, 2013

    1 comment, 52 photos

    ... car took us to the village of Weggis, where we caught our boat back to Lucerne.  We savored every minute of the cruise back to town, reflecting on all of the natural beauty we had just witnessed and that still surrounded us.  Ahhhhhhhhhhhh...truly Heaven on Earth.  It was the perfect day, and even though neither of us wanted to leave, we were excited to move on to Lauterbrunnen the ...