RAMADA Hotel Regina Titlis
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- Breakfast Available
- Room service
- Non-smoking hotel
- Swimming pool
- Multilingual staff
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Left Florence around 8:00am and headed for Engelberg in Switzerland, onto the motorway and within 7kms, a traffic jam as it's a long weekend and the Moto GP is on and also the Italian version of Tour De France.
After getting through that we traverse the Appenine Mountains and travel a further two and a half hours to our next rest stop, an …
... has never been attacked from the sea. They have posts to show where boats should go and if they were under attack they would pull up the posts and the attackers would get grounded.
However, the biggest threat to Venice is the sea so they are building a defence system around the lagoon so that if the water rises they can close the gates and stop the water rising in the lagoon and flooding the low lying islands. The Netherlands are also doing the same thing to protect their ...
... very similar to hot summer days in Australia. We had one short stop in the morning before continuing driving until lunch time. For lunch we were at a self-service restaurant. These involve picking up a tray, collecting and entre and desert if desired and letting a person know behind a hot food counter what meal you want. You then take your tray to the register and they add up everything on your tray. After lunch we were back on the bus again. The French countryside was quiet similar ...
After a fantastic night at the moulin rouge, we had to get up nice and early and start the longest leg of our tour, the bus to Lucerne, Switzerland. We didn't really know that this place existed and after being on a high after Paris, with all the wonderful things we did and saw there, we weren't really expecting as much from this place. We arrived at 630 and it was pitch black, but you could see a hint of snow on the side walks and roofs. Needless to say it ...
... but the English couple assured us that the walk was quite achievable - only about an hour to an hour and a half. I decided that it was too beautiful a day not to try it. Slasher assured me he would carry me on his back if my hip gave way. What a hero! We did enjoy the walk - walked along a babbling brook for a ways, through dairy farms where we saw cows munching in meadows full of wildflowers (weeds in our understanding), passed waterfalls and picturesque houses. ...