Pension Villa Maria

Address: Haldenstrasse 36, Lucerne, Lucerne, CH-6002, Switzerland | Hotel
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsPension Villa Maria Lucerne

      Reviewed by kinkajou25


      Reviewed Oct 9, 2011
      by (2 reviews) San Francisco, California , United States Flag of United States

      It was pretty nice. The only negative thing was that the shower head was only 3 feet up.

      This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

      TripAdvisor Reviews Pension Villa Maria Lucerne

      4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

      Travel Blogs from Lucerne


      A travel blog entry by nickymaus on Jun 20, 2013

      ... Berge und Seen, ausgelatschte Wanderschuhe und leider auch Blatern, wilde Wölfe, Bären und Livebands.
      Aufwachen zum Offbeat, Frühstück am Meer, im Regenwald, verschwitzte Nächte in latinischen Clubs, eiskaltes Bier, andere Länder, andere Sitten und Titten, Vulkangebiete, Salzwüsten, VW Busse und Hippiekultur, Essen, Essen und nochmals Essen.

      Ich liebe Euch, wirklich. Und ich werde Euch mit jedem Atemzug vermissen.
      Aber ganz ...

      Worlds steepest cog rail

      A travel blog entry by cdrjgreen on Jun 17, 2012

      2 comments, 9 photos

      ... on the worlds steepest cogwheel incline railway. It is 46% incline and runs up for 4.6 kilometres which takes about 30 minutes to rise to about the 6500 ft mark. Man what a view, photos taken do not show the steepness of the incline.

      At the top we walked a short distance around the cliff walk and took a few snaps, then decided on a cuppa. A bit more sight seeing of the panorama and then down the other side in the cable car (known as the Pilatus Kulm). Russell says ...

      Steve is (Swiss) cheesy!

      A travel blog entry by greene on May 18, 2011

      ... as they all travel at about 5 klms and give the occasional hoot. As expected, the public transport in Switzerland is great. Works like the proverbial Swiss watch. All the ticket machines are multi lingual, directions and instructions are simple and service is quick. Sydney should have these trams. We were lucky that when we visited the famous bear pits, all the bears were walking around which made for great viewing. The bear pits are free for viewing. One thing that is clearly ...

      All Good Things...

      A travel blog entry by eundel on Aug 25, 2010

      Not much today. Just a 6-hour train ride to Zurich to spend the night near the airport. I did have a little trouble figuring out if I was on the correct train. It was one of those that separated, and only the cars going the other way were labeled. The conductors helped me figure it out.

      In order to make myself feel better about going back, here's a quick list of things I won't miss:

      * Guys in speedos
      Need I say more?

      Zurich Blackhawks

      A travel blog entry by tidolu14 on Sep 30, 2009

      1 comment, 10 photos

      ... one of the games, which was fine.

      So after paying a hefty sum for my ticket, I went into the arena two hours early to explore. Turns out there wasn’t much to explore. But I did stumble across a bunch of Blackhawks players kicking around a soccer ball for awhile. At one point the ball came into the stands and I went to grab it for them. Before throwing it back I should have demanded they let the Oilers win at least one game this ...