Ibis Luzern Kriens
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- Breakfast Available
- Reduced mobility rooms
- High-speed internet in room
- Business Services
- Meal plan
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... and therapeutic walk. Fast forward 3 hours later - some college kids from Alabama told me about an indoor ropes course in town to satisfy my via ferrata craving, and after 5 passes walking on suspended logs, scurrying across a track in a glorified hamster wheel, zip lining and abseiling from dizzying heights in the rafters of a hockey rink I am content. My only regret from this side trip would be if the fog held up through tomorrow morning and I ...
... and there is a boat that leaves about the same time but takes a little longer. We opt for the boat and walk across to the dock. This time we will be on Briennersee. Interlaken means between the lakes and it sits between Lake Thun and Lake Brienner. Our boat today is a steam powered paddle wheeler. We get a nice seat in front under an canvas cover. When we get close to Ringgenbach, we decide to stay on until the end of the line ...
... min drive from Interlaken Ost. We checked in and lunched at a small restaurant outside the hotel.
We went out to see Interlaken and immediately knew what we were in for. We could see people rowing, rafting, people dropping from the sky in their parachutes. There were several stalls around the main railway station which promoted adventure sports. We approached one and were blown away by the possibilities. There were all ...
... way home!
Saturday, my last day here in this beautiful city. We made crepes again for breakfast, and then we went into town on public transportation, the bus, which was less than one block away to walk to.
We took the Mercedes Benz luxury bus to the market square where they had fresh fruits, vegetables and cheeses from neighboring farms.
We went ...
... 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, ...