Hotel zum Rebstock
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... br> Our hotel was also the nicest we will (assumedly) stay in for the trip- the
Radisson Blu Luzern. A four star hotel, this was only around the corner from
the train station and right on the lake. Surprisingly, it was much cheaper than
many of the other hotels in the area, because I booked so far in advance (and
was cheaper than many of the chain hotels we are staying in at other places).
The greatest thing in the ...
... We were told how there used to be a church and a hotel on the mountain, but the hotel burnt down many many years ago (unknown as to how, but one theory is that a man fell asleep whilst smoking) and it was too expensive to rebuild it so only the church remains standing. The majority of the tour group spent their time relaxing in the cafeteria. Monika invited us to walk up a part of the mountain with her in hopes to show us the amazing views. It started to rain so much harder ...
... a bus back to Lucerne. Up top it wasn't very cold and later it was even sunny. The cog train was quite reassuring, not scary at all. Highest gradient we saw was 48 degrees. The alps were laid out like frosted cakes, all in a line, most notable of which were Titlus ( a local mountain) and Eiger. We also saw several 4000+ metre giants in the distance. Views back to Lucerne and down to the lakes are just beathtaking... Its higher than Kosiousco Today we climbed higher than ...
... will likely be my ultimate demise when negotiation with my daughter when she is a teenager…..
“OK! Perfect!! Great idea Talia!”..I have a feeling that the negotiations with her at 17 for the car keys will end differently…
A very big shout-out today goes to Bob Jr. Having had two children and being a big proponent of the “wear your baby” generation we have gone through not one, not two, not ...
... fled already unbeknownst to the Swiss). To honour their bravery and commitment to upholding the Swiss reputation, the lion monument was constructed. It's hard to describe the statue, but something about the lion's face struck a chord. He looked so sad in spite of being so strong and fierce. It really was quite serene and beautiful. After cooling ourselves in a nearby fountain, we began our hot and uphill trek towards the old town wall. The ...