Moevenpick Hotel Egerkingen
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... expensive brands, nothing below $1000. We headed to the cheap area to have a look at the Swatch watches. Mum and I both ended up buying something, mum actually bought 2 watches. It was then off to buy some Swiss chocolate before we had to be back at the hotel. It was back on the bus again for the short drive to a small town called Giswil, which sits in a valley 1 hr west of lucerne. When ...
... in any other way that we did - with public transport. Not to say that I don't mind a ride in a swishy and fast and incredibly sexy car from time to time, you do miss out on so much when you are whizzing by and not taking the time to just enjoy. (That and trying to navigate the roads here in any large city…not to mention parking…..arghhghghggh!!!). So today we noticed again and made friends with the miniature goats at the ...
... by the way). The total hike lasted 3 hours and I went up about 5,000 feet and several kilometers up and the entire trail was at a 70-80%. I wasn't expecting the slope to be that steep but stupid me as this is the Swiss Alps, not Florida. I saw many goats and cows with bells on their necks so the owners could find them should the cows get lost. I even had cows blocking my path! The water I bought at the store turned out to be bubbly water so I had to ditch it and fill it up ...
... setting in? Well it settled in alright. I was the last cable cart to make it to the tobogganing hills before the officials closed the cable lines for 2 hours. This left some of our contiki family stranded at the top! I was also very lucky with the tobogganing. The last group of girls behind me got caught in the snow storm while tobogganing down the hills! I, however, saw none of this but clear skies and trails.
Once back at the main street, those of us who ...
... have the touristy locations like Venice and Verona although they certainly have their fair share of similar interests. There is just something about enjoying a glass of acqua frizzante and visiting with a small group of locals who will tell you stories about their lives and their home towns.
One of my pleasures during this trip has been Asiago cheese...what a treat. It's a ...