Moevenpick Hotel Egerkingen
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... Then we set out on the Swiss Idyll tour. We traveled by train and bus (train tracks were being repaired) following the shoreline of Lake Lucerne, passing Pilatus Mountain and Lake Sarnen, to the little village of Giswil. This is a small town located on what was once a like. It the 1920s the water was drain and the result is lush farmland. We met local farmers will took us on a horse-and-wagon ride on back ...
... grass in front of the Eiffel Tower. We found a fantastic spot. Hails was in her glory...she loves the Eiffel Tower-it is so magical to her. Ezra took some pictures of us eating our breakfast with the tower in the background. We had to watch our stuff closely because there were lots of thieves around this area. Plus, there are men who go around trying to sell **** to you. We spent some time just enjoying the views and taking ...
... walked around the city and the lake until 4 when I could finally check into the hostel. Shortly after checking in I met Jessika and Jana, two lovely girls from Newfoundland. We got along right away, and I got to spend the next day and a half hanging out with them! Which was great! There really isn't much to see in Switzerland, but we eat breakfast by the lake, enjoying the view of the Alps, went to the 'dying lion of Luzern Monument' and laid in ...
... rain, I find myself with other avid photographers who are just as crazy as I am to stand out in the open air to capture the landscape. I say it was well worth the effort. We then move on to Heidelberg where we have lunch at a local kebab shop but rely on Leo, our tour director to do the order. The place is packed with locals and tourists, so much so that there is hardly any room for people to even move and enter the bathroom if they needed to. The kebab proves to be ...
... chat with an old man on the last train, in broken English and German, surprised at how much I remembered! Found my hostel, hungry, tired, sunburnt. Another South Korean girl, Australian living in Cambridge, and a German who's doing a chiropractor course in town - she's offered to make me dinner!! And, bonus, this place uses the 2 prong plugs yey!!! Thank god for my back up charger. Then possibly out for drinks with the Aussie girl Kate later, and might go kayaking on the lake with ...