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A little way out of Lucerne but with excellent views and facilities. It would be even better if there was wifi in the rooms and not just the lobby area.
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... Needless to say I was spoilt for choice, but at 8 franks per 100g I was not in the business of buying lots. Still, of the 100g I did buy, delicious does not even begin to describe the brilliance of that chocolate. All that chocolate had made me hungry, so I spent the afternoon at a cafe dining on jam donuts.
From Lucerne, we made our way to Lauterbrunnen, admiring the large ...
... didn’t see any beginners! Even 5 year old kids were dominating. It was weird though, I was sweating big time after each run - Surrounded by snow and I was hotter than I was in France and London!
The next morning I found a flyer for an all-day ski pass only for toboggans for another track for only 30 Franc. So we decided to stay one more day and check it out. We were also able to ride on the longest ski lift in Europe. Took 30 mins to ...
... fault so for about 5 minutes I was unable to escape the train and no one could get on. I did have a awful feeling the train was going to drive off any second and I had no idea where the next stop was. Luckily I did escape and had to smile to myself at the amount of people running from the train. I guess I wasn't the only one running late this morning and trust me - the copious amount of snow are not deemed a valid 'sorry I'm late' excuses in Der Schweiz!
My day however ...
... of pride due to our VIP position and ability to take advantage of such a prestigious and rare offer. We were annoyed with Top Deck when we saw a sign in the shop extending this offer, which was no longer rare, to every customer. I hate it when they make out you’re getting a great deal when you are actually get fk all! It makes me feel patronised and like I’m a child who has to be lied to.
I didn’t buy a knife out of spite, ...
... I had just missed the train and had nearly an hour before the next so I got some fries-also a famous food in Belgium. Very good! I wanted a waffle but figured I'd get one later as the fries filled me up and I wanted to make sure I made the train.
An hour later I was back in Brussels and headed to the hotel. I repacked and organized all my stuff knowing I'd be leaving early this morning. After that I took a quick walk around the hotel. It was located in the city center ...