Park Hotel Vitznau

Address: Seestrasse-Vitznau, Lucerne, Lucerne, 8001, Switzerland | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Seestrasse-Vitznau, Lucerne.
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Travel Blogs from Lucerne

The snow

A travel blog entry by neoboy on Sep 26, 2015

1 comment, 3 photos

... that was -5 c, that was cold. Lucerne After Mount Titlis we went to Lucerne. Lucerne is an old city built in the 13 century. There was an old wooden bridge going over the river. In Lucerne their are lots of white swan and black crows. Lucerne has lots of old cathedrals and old hotels. That was a cool place to go I ...

Swiss Miss and the Birthday Boy

A travel blog entry by sql_spice on Aug 30, 2015

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... fare or not. Which is odd when you think about it, given that the prices of train rides are akin to buying a spare kidney on the black market. And after paying $14 USD for two bus tickets for a 5-mile ride from the Zurich airport to the train station upon arrival, we desperately fought the urge to pay these Lucerne tickets, ahem, "Copenhagen Style."

(Note to those who don't get that reference: a few years back we visited ...

France back to Switzerland

A travel blog entry by tim.anya.2015 on Jul 01, 2015

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... by the Jungfrau, Monk, Eiger mountains in the Laterbrunn valley.

Checked out the shops and found out that time moves forward 1 second every 26 years and today is the day

Another optional extra the Swiss Heritage experience, we were picked up by horse & cart and taken out to a local community, enjoying the countryside, stopped at a local church then went onto Hans's farm where we enjoyed wine ...

Up the wall, a walking tour and dinner show

A travel blog entry by robsons on May 26, 2015

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... at the Chappel Bridge then see if she was still alive by the time she got to the second wooden bridge. If she was, it was obviously witchcraft so they'd burn her instead. If she was dead, she was obviously innocent since she'd gone to heaven. The "science" behind this logic went that water is pure, so if the accused is pure the water will accept her (I.e. she'll drown), but if she is evil then the water rejects her - so she's a witch! Great justice ...

A day in Lucerne

A travel blog entry by canddosborne on Oct 08, 2013

... in this direction, I was able to do my own thing wandering the shops, around the town and up to the old city wall and tower, which looks over the city. The views were great, though a bit hazy, downside was the stairs up into the top of the tower. The higher you went the steeper the stairs got and the more uneven they were.
I had lunch by the lake before meeting the rest of ...