Ibis Luzern Kriens
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... wanted to meet and marry prince Henry (Harry, obviously) I was out. I walked through the old town looking for somewhere reasonable to eat. That was easier said than done. I finally found a thai takeaway that served some delicious spicy food for 15 CHF.... 11 GBP. I would be paying a tenth of that in about 6 months.... Great.
The next day I got up and bought some meat and cheese form the supermarket. Walking around there I realised just ...
... of the river then crossed over and walked up the other side to the railway station.
The bells have finally stopped. 15 minutes they were going.
It's hard to describe what Zurich is like as it's a little bit nondescript. There are some oldish buildings and a big river running through the middle of it. It's nice enough but not somewhere I'd want to spend masses of time. There are a lot of cafes and one which really stunk ...
... s plan was to spend three nights (two full days) here. Well worth it.
We made the most of our two days by getting lots of mountain time. On our first day we climbed (almost to the top, not all the way, but close!) Harder Kulm. Besides making us sweat a lot, it gave us a great view of the town and lakes which lock it. We had not done any hiking in a while and it was great to get back at it and ...
... was awesome, apparently our serve was for only one person, Cynthia and I couldn’t finish it.
When we got to Grindelwald we found a campsite and went searching for excitement. The excitement we found took the form of a toboggan ride and a run down the hill from a storm.
Dinner tonight was unconventional. We had meringues, cream and berries topped off with ...
... I made quite a fuss about that with the manager of the establishment, but he left cursing in all three of the official languages used here in Switzerland.
There must have been moisture between the lenses, making everything look foggy... what a waste of 2 francs! C was awe struck, as can be witnessed in the photo. We continued to say to one another, "Can you imagine the view from here?" Alas, it was time to leave. We were terribly saddened, ...