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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... a really nice path with trees on either side that brings you pretty far from downtown Lucerne. Part way, I decided I was hungry and tired, mainly induced by my cold. I found lunch and Starbucks because I figured it would help me wake up. But it didn't. So I headed back to the hostel and took a 2 hour nap. I felt a little better afterward but I still was in no shape to make the trip to the Swiss Army museum, which is just ...
... hidden treasure. It would have been nice to enjoy a drink in the bar but we had no Swiss francs and everything was soooo expensive there. Not sure how the locals live with those prices! Finally at 4 we met Lucian after we collected our free teaspoon from Bucherers and bought a cute mini Swiss Army knife for me for €12.50. We drove to see the Lion Monument. I've seen loads of pictures before but ...
... type one - cold and with nothing on it, but it was pretty tasty all the same.
We wandered through town to find the hotel and got checked in and settled within no time at all. Then we all headed out for an explore. First stop was a butcher shop next door to check out the varieties of sausage, but no purchases.
We knew that we wanted to do the 'Golden Tour' on our one main day in Lucerne (trip cut relatively short because it was so expensive!) so went to ...
... we relaxed in front of the olympics on the telly before we had to say goodbye to our humble host and board the night train to Amsterdam. Which I suppose will be much less scenic than the southern Swiss alps leg, and not only due to it being a night train.
*) One supposes. The clouds were kind of everewhere. Exactly everywhere as far as the eye could see, actually. Which was around three ...
... their couchette experiences (joj!), we were gearing ourselves up for the worst. However, other than being small and awkward, it was a relatively decent experience. We left in Zurich. We slept. The train driver drove. We woke up in Vienna for €30. Bargain!
We were pretty excited to be going to Vienna, the place of Cardiff reunion number 4 – but this time with our girls! Anker, HELL-ena, Winona and Tatijana, together again at last (but not for the ...