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- Tennis Court
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Outdoor pool
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... 32 signs. Mr G (Google) came into his own, not only guiding us but doing so on Route 32 as we'd selected the bicycle option. We'd started early as there was a ferry to catch at Weesen. Our pace was impaired by a severe headwind which removed my much admired helmet brim several times. The strong wind and sun gave us an opportunity to test our new drying bag - pretty snazzy hey? Custom made by Lisa the bag stores damp washing on the rear pannier allowing it to dry during the day - ...
Just had breakfast and we are set to leave early to travel 7000ft up Mt Pilatus by railway the steepest in the world. Low cloud may impede our view of Lake Lucerne which are to cruise later on. It was a cooler day and a few showers and overcast. Mt Pilatus was covered in cloud. However, an enjoyable journey up and down the mountain and cruise of Lake Lucerne too was enjoyable. Went to a Swiss Folklore lunch complete with cheese fondue (I ate the bread), sausage ...
On the way to the station we passed a display of flowers that are sold in the market today. i would have to buy a bouquet every day living here. The Swiss never cease to amaze me. We climbed on the double decker train, the first one like this for us, and a painted bear was spotted on the second floor as we waited to get on the train.
They have thought of everything and up the stairs we found a playground where Amelia and Wyatt played pretend among ...
... hands and shoulders. True, the arrows hit the soft target from a distance of over 100m but whatever missed the target lodged several cm deep in the wood. Pulling it out was a further strain to arms and pectoralis. Splitting what felt like 4 cubic meters of wood further added to the injury. I don't mean to whimper - this is just to illustrate what happens to a "Bürogummi" in the real world.
Round were all the glasses and mugs we drank out ...
... how high they were. We even saw the famous Matterhorn!
All the excitement made us hungry, so we ordered up some more of the delicious cheesy pasta crumbly dish we'd had the night before along with cider bier, wienerschnitzel, applesauce, fries, cheesecake and "pocketbread." Not wanting to spend one more cent on our huge lunch, unbeknownst to me, Chris grabbed two rolls and shoved them into the pocket of his cargo shorts. ...