- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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This was a lovely hotel, and the front desk personnel were always cheerful and helpful. The hotel had a restaurant where we had dinner and it was absolutely delicious.
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... bite at one of our favorite (ok we have only been here 2 days) restaurants - the one with the waitress from Poland. It was chilly on the water so they had blankets for the chairs closest to the water. Luckily we were able to sit in the seats closest to the river. As we were sitting and watching the Saturday shoppers we noticed some new activity across the river near the city center. As luck would have it they were hosting a sculling competition ...
Stefan picked me up at the morning and I went to the Rutgers offices where we met to discuss business for a few hours, and I was fed a lunch. Then I was put into a different car with two very strange Germans, both by the name of Tomas (I am writing this for their benefit, as I am giving them the address to my blog, and this will test whether or not they have read it). Honestly it was a very fun drive, though Tomas #1 could not talk ...
We decided to drive about 15 kms outside of Lucerne to visit Fortress Fürigen. It was built into the mountain side in 1941 to protect roads and rail lines that led along Lake Lucerne to the Berner Oberland in case of invasion. It was part of a series of fortresses built for this reason and it wasn't decommissioned until 1990 after the Cold War. It was only open on weekends so we headed over to check it out. We parked in a nearby town and ...
... that I was about to embark on. I wanted to come back a fresh new person who knew exactly what he would be doing with the rest of his life. I wanted stumble across an epiphany somewhere along the trip. I wanted to slip, fall, and bump my head and have a vision of the future. I was thinking more in terms of the destination as opposed to the journey. Looking back now I think that that was quite silly. I often ...
Our plan today was to visit Mt. Titlis and it was also the last day of our trip. We went to Lucerne and took a train from there to the mountain region. Climb to the top was in two stages. First in a cable car and then in a one of it's kind Rotair, which is a rotating cable car giving everybody a magnificient view of the ice capped mountains. View from top of Titlis is as good as you can expect to ...