Hotel La Prairie
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- Minbar in room
- Shuttle bus service
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... the rain set in quite heavily. Close to Milan we turned north - heading towards the Swiss border via the Aprica Pass (1,176m), which turned out to be a very nice but very demanding, windy, narrow road with lots of switch backs. The drive was not made any easier by having to avoid a great many (very serious) cyclists using the pass for strength training, and crazy Italian drivers who like to straddle the middle line - there were a few hair raising occasions with ...
... ground below looked so soft and still so so tiny, and looking up I could see Rapunzel floating not too fair above. The landing was something that definitely wouldn't have been as cool without snow. Legs out straight in front, when we skidded to the ground we kicked up a wall of snow that we then skidded through. I was still giggling the whole time, which of course led to a mouth full of ice. We made it! We were alive!
It was amazing, and I would ...
... of the umbrellas for the restaurant patrons, so we roasted on a bench while eating our sandwiches. Since the morning's hike wasn't too strenuous, we didn't feel the need to recuperate for as long. We looked for signs for the next hike as soon as we were done eating. To get to the next town, there was a direct hike that would only take 40 minutes. Thinking that would be boring, we planned on doing the longer North Face trail that would take and ...
... to stop right here for a moment and do you all a favor: if you’re planning a trip to Mürren in the near future, go to this restaurant the very first night and have the lamb. I’m serious. Trust us. I don’t care how tired you are from all of the travel and that you just want a nice easy dinner in your hotel. Stop being a wuss. Go to Stagerstubli. Get the lamb.
Back to dinner. Normally Caitlin and I try ...
... truly a magical place due to its location and ticks most of our boxes for a good European city: Beautiful spot on a lake/river with a backdrop of the Swiss Alps, clean with a relative lack of graffiti, interesting old section with millennia of history, and plenty of sightseeing and day hikes within easy reach of the city. Seconds after stepping off the train we were mesmerized with the beauty of Lucerne. Our time here consisted of ...