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TravelPod Member ReviewsSchiff Hotel Lucerne
Hotel is extremely well located ( 5 min walk from the railway station, very easy to find).
Great Staff, extremely friendly and helpful, rooms were nice and cosy, not very modern,but with every thing you need. A big plus is as well the free tea and coffee provided in the rooms.
Breakfast was very good ( loads of swiss cheese, juice, fruit, bread etc).
Would definatly book there again
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... visitors, had probably gone back to work.
It's such a beautiful location, and we wanted to enjoy it, and Italy, for as long as we could. So, we decided to avoid the motorways to Lucerne for as much as possible, and followed the road that snakes along the Western shoreline as far as Menaggio, before cutting through The Alps and crossing the border in to Switzerland near Lugano. The sun didn't come out until just after lunchtime, so we can only imagine how ...
... carriage ride to a rural Switzerland about 20 mins outside the town. Met by Hans and Freddy, local farmers, where we rode the carriage through the beautiful surrounding hillsides. After stopping at the local church where, although we couldn't take pictures, was the most beautiful country church I have ever seen. It's a shame I can't share the pictures in my head with you as it was very special. As was the cemetery attached - each plot had a beautiful wooden carved headstone ...
... people and Bob Jr. carrying the rest of the circus. We exploded once on the train platform to 3 croissants and the train came just a few minutes after we arrived! I myself was starting to feel like a Swiss time Piece - elegant, exact, and incredibly on time!
Lucerne is a city in North-central Switzerland in the german speaking part (Mama…seeee…more people who talk funny like you do!! said Talia)…. Lucerne holds ...
... from these ornate, double-sided lanterns shaped like bishop’s hats. I was surprised to see that the lights were actual flames from candles, sittting at the top of the lantern hats. I was amazed that nothing caught on fire!
Then it seemed like a never ending sight of hundreds of men who follow the lantern-spinners, either ringing cowbells or blowing alpine horns. The noise was very particular, in that although it sounded like pure choas, it ...
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