Park Hotel - Buergenstock Resort
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... be sailing aboard one of the old steam driven paddle steamers.
This was certainly a great surprise to me.
With everyone aboard we all headed up onto the main deck to take photos.
The weather was now extremely warm and as we left Brienz we were all out
enjoying the sunshine up on deck. However this did not last long and we were
soon told to remove ourselves and go down onto lower deck as upper deck was only
for 1st class passengers.
Down below I took a ...
... opened a Salon for us to drop our hand carry bags and off they went to discover Lucerne for the day. It was sunny and the glistening water awaited their wanders to sit in the outdoor cafe's along the water edge for coffee and lunches. Being a small city, it doesnt take long to walk the highlights and tomorrow we will be out for the day sightseeing.
Once in the hotel, the tour manager goes to work in reassuring the guests that as soon as the ...
... 3 sales women immediately zeroed right in on T to ask if there was something they could help with. I thought "Wow, what excellent service!" By this time I had decided the PJs were no go so he said thank you and we exited.
They looked very relieved. Very. And rather shocked. Turns out that men would not normally go into a shop like this so T going in freaked them out.
I suppose if you were a man and ...
... was, how everything worked, how to get into Freiburg by foot, what was worth seeing and I am pleased to say I pretty much understood the lot and more than that, I thoroughly enjoyed it! It was a really lovely campsite too, well looked after, with a little shop and even a reading room!
The next day we walked into the old town; it took us less than twenty minutes. The town was dominated by the 700 year old cathedral, a massive ...
... forms the centrepiece of Lucerne’s townscape and is considered to be one of the oldest, covered wooden bridges in Europe. A further landmark of the town is the Museggmauer, a wall which, with the exception only of one of its towers, has been preserved in its original, well-fortified state. Historic houses decorated with frescoes line the picturesque town squares as they do the ‘Weinmarkt’ square in the car-free old town. Lucerne is a ...