Ibis Luzern Kriens
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... motorways and over the border into France. I wanted to get through France as quick as possible as I had heard rumors with regards to bikers having to wear yellow vests, hold a complete set of light bulbs for their bike (I have such a kit) and carry two drug & alcohol test kits!!
How true all this is I do not know but somehow I think I would be in even more trouble if I stopped on the motorway and put on my yellow vest and secondly where one is suppose to get ...
... very used to visitors and actually seem to pose just for you, like they know. Others, like the gorillas, demand a treat with their hand, hiding their faces from the camera. A great way to spend to the afternoon before heading back to Lucerne.
Tonight, I took a second stab at the Rosti. Luckily, a friendly lady from France showed me how and it turned out pretty well. The secret? Well, ...
... that i couldnt find my way out. when i got out i shouted and shouted and shouted for a taxi and after about 25 minutes i finaly got a taxi to stop, when i get in a taxi i bask the taxi driver if he knew any good hotels nearby.
After the taxi driver dropped me off i whent inside and asked for a room. The lady at the couter gave me a room and i whent up. When i got into my room put down my purse closed the door and whent straight to bed.
... jutting out from a cliff which was barely big enough for one of my feet. Luckily the shoes were were given are made for gripping slippery surfaces, so it wasn't a big deal. The guides went through the landing position again and we were told that this pool is okay to do back flips in if we were feeling brave, but they joked that after our first jump it was probably not recommended. The Canadian guy with us tried and did a half Somersault-type-twist in the air and managed a belly flop ...
... 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, ...