Hotel Krone Giswil
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... good area to live in. it was nice to have a wander around two or three streets, then we got the bus back to Holland Village where the main change is a new MRT line so we had a look at the station which has a series of shops, nail boutiques, snack bars – it’s amazing to see it so big, the building of that line was a big job.
We took the bus back to Orchard via a different bus route, why not see more of the city? Had a wander ...
... panoramic views of the mountains and Lake Lucerne then we went back down the mountain in cable cars. The next day we viewed the lion monument that was built to honour the Swiss army soldiers who were killed while protecting the Roman Emperor from the people.. Walked over a 14th century wooden chapel bridge with lots of paintings of the holy family on it. Then we finished the day with a scenic cruise of the beautiful Lake ...
... around a lot - it's not a huge place at all. We stumbled across the international bocce competition taking place by the Luzern river! These people are serious!
In the afternoon we went to hire a paddle boat but had a friendly Indian offer us to share in his motor boat hire because he was all by himself! So off we go- Chugging along the lake taking in the view of the old town and the snow covered alps in the distance!
... are absolutely gorgeous. The city was so clean too, definitely different than most U.S. cities I have been to. The shopping was also awesome, window shopping mostly, and I loved seeing all of the Swiss cuckoo clocks! Traveling around has been wonderful, but we are all finding ourselves missing our normal routines at home, and things you take for granted like being able to watch tv shows at night and take a shower with continuous pressure and not having ...
... depicting internment of a French Army during the Franco-Prussian war..this was in a massive round building that had been used as a garage until 2000 until someone decided to save it. It was like being in a cinema.
Early version of Imax.
Next, a ferry ride across the lake for lunch by the waterside, speaking in (Ginlish/German/English) to two small children who adopted us.
The walk around the lake back to the city, is peppered ...