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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Beautiful setting, friendly staff.
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We woke in Milan and are going to sleep in Switzerland! We could go round the world in 30 days with some to spare. After walking around in Milan along roads lined with designer shops, some of which we are aware of and some I think only the designers are aware of. We rounded a corner, homeless people sleeping on the pavement, lining the street. Are …
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Aug 29: Kim Jong-Un's ex-girlfriend was among a dozen well-known North Korean performers who were executed by firing squad nine days ago. They had violated domestic laws on pornography by making videos of themselves performing sex acts and then selling
the recordings. Their immediate families were forced to watch and were then sent to prison camps, victims of the regime's assumption of guilt by association.
July 5: Singapore moves ...
After our flight landed, we decided to walk around Zurich. It was a lovely city with very friendly people. We walked down to the beautiful river where we saw swans as well as teenagers smoking some funny stuff in the street. We found a lovely old church that had been around since the eighth century.
We left Zurich to attempt to make in to Interlaken in time for a lake cruise, but we got a little lost. Foreign country + rental ...
... From there, which was 2500 metre high still, Papa and I walked back down to Grindewald, which was a 3 hour down-hill hike through farms and beutiful scenery. It was an amazing day!!
As we were leaving Grindewald for Venice, we bought a couple of cow bells to remember our stay in the Alps. At night from the hostel, we could hear the cows and sheep "jingling' arounf the slopes.
... Ricola? To sooth their ever-soar throats." Ricola of course being the Swiss cough-drop and the soar throat derived from the guttoral, throaty way the Swiss pronounce 'ch' and 'k' , which, to the untrained ear, conjures the impression of an entire people desperately trying to dislodge popcorn kernels from the back of their throats (In real life an absolutely hilarious thing to watch). If ever in the calm company of a Swiss host, the Swiss will famously, ...