Park Forum Wylihof
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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It was another early start today, but well worth it. Today we would be visiting Luzern, Switzerland, a beautiful lake town located in central Switzerland. Our first stop was the Lion monument,which was built in the 1800s to commemorate over 700 Swiss guards who gave up their lives in order to protect Louis XVI at the start of the French Revolution. It was quite a sight to see, absolutely stunning. Next in the day's activities was a stop at a souvenir shop where we were ...
... country. At €35, its good for the locals, expensive for the tourists; you get a sticker that you put on the windscreen to show that you have paid. So we got to the border expecting some kind of formality and the opportunity to buy the sticker but the place was deserted. Eventually we asked at the local shop but he was out of stock. A few kilometres down the road, we pulled into a little town, found the post office and finally got one there. Marco had dashed off an email ...
... the street in the opposite direction and the people thinned out.
What looked like a parade float passed us... then we came across many gathering bands.
A Fasnacht Parade !!
In Schachen !!
We waited on the street side and had an up-front up-close view when it started. This was so nice because it wasn't crowded at all ! (There were lots more people way down the road where the parade would end ...
... sold all the normal things like hats, bags, sunglasses, and cheap jewelry. After sufficiently abusing our welcome at Starbucks, we walked to the train station where our self-guided tour began. There is construction tearing up a large section of the Main Street, but that didn't block off any of our sights. The tour took us past maybe half of the 11 famous water fountains, 2 clock towers, 1 church, and a family of 4 bears. One of the fountains was interesting in ...
... is virtually no traffic! So it is very easy for them to play outside all day and you don't need to worry) I usually play with Jack (3) in the afternoon, we do go outside for a while, and sometimes he prefers to stay out with the other children, but often he'll need entertaining so we play badminton, go on their "trotties" or fly with a kite. In the evening the mother comes home, and at that point the boys are besotted with her - ...