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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... up, normal tourist crowds were along the river plaza, normal tourists wandered old town shops, no costumes, no noise, no bands.
It was like Fasnacht had never even happened. The only sign of anything was the boat on the river with a crew fishing out all the junk the partiers had tossed in the river. So far they had a shopping type cart, signs, baskets, metal rods in their boat.
If anything, it was ...
... cream, then an ice cream - thank heavens we had skipped lunch!
The house she and Willy live in was built by her father and he finished it just as she was born, so it is nearly 80 years old. I remember being there when i was 8 years old and I remember a long garden, surrounded by meadows with cows in. Now, directly around her house, retirement flats are being built. The foundations are deep and the excavations have affected her house. ...
... of drunk uni students (who could strangley enough buy Heinekin from Burger King). In fact Louise was propositioned by two young drunkards who promised her (in very broken english) that they could satisfy her in every way possible - and do it all night long....hmmm.
early to bed tonight - even though we have done mostly nothing today on the bus - it makes you very tired. More Lucerne ...
... 15 minutes. Finally we gave it up and emerged to find dinner.
The two grocery stores we tried to go to that were closer to our hostel were closed. At 6pm on a Saturday? We can only figure it must have to do with Mass? Not sure, but it meant we walked back into town to shop at the Coop at the train station. There was thunder and a downpour again and we arrived quite damp. No matter. Unfortunately, everyone else was doing their shopping there at the same ...
... and sorrow possible to man or beast. A broken spear carved out of stone also protrudes from his side, the clear reason for his anguish. The lion was carved to commemorate the Swiss guards who lost their lives while guarding King Louis XVI during the French Revolution, and of the statue, Mark Twain once said that it was the saddest piece of stone in the world. It was the craftsmanship and his sadness that made him beautiful.
We were also shown ...