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A lazy start to the morning, breakfast was just perfect before I left for my tour for the day. I was impressed with the hotel, I was very well looked after, they had arranged a taxi for me to join my tour at 9.30am.
A double decker bus and we leave Zurich for Lucerne, travelling through all the country towns, lots of …
... covered it with our bottles of drinks....it was the funniest yet most exhausting way to eat chicken wings I've ever experienced in my whole life! We ended the meal with some really cool and fancy looking icecream desserts. It was 9pm when we finished dinner. It took 45 minutes for them to give us the bill. Felt like an eternity. Eventually we made it back to our hostel. When I went to have a shower, I saw a squashed spider on the shower wall (eewwwww!) ...
... monument on the picture of it. From the monument we walked a short way to our hotel.
Our excursion tonight was a Swiss Dinner and folksong show. We had cheese fondue, a lovely veal scallions dish and ice cream for desert. The show was very entertaining with yodelling singing and the long alpenhorn .
We were back at our hotel at 10:00 ready for another day in Lucerne tomorrow.
... the next day gawked out the window and was spell bounded to be perched above the clouds, often describing it as her version of heaven. When we awoke the next day we were a little disappointed to see the valley covered in fog and clouds and the prospect of magnificent views on the summit unlikely. Also they were undertaking work on the cable car to the mountain so we needed a plan B. Luckily when based in the Swiss alps you ...
... were taking photos with him.
We seriously had such a good time, family bonding with the contiki party people.
I went inside the cafe and had a Swiss hot chocolate! Seriously so perfect.
We caught the cable cars back down into town and headed to a Swiss Army knife shop. I ended up buying a Watch! Of course I fell in love with the watches there, so I had to get one. 210 Swiss Francs and worth every single Franc.