Seehotel Waldstaetterhof Brunnen
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... saving, so we treated ourselves to a mantelpiece clock. Finally we sat in the sun along side the lake by the famous wooden bridge and enjoyed a latte!
... towns, settled by a mixed Celtic German peoples before the Roman conquest of the Gaul. Today it has some of Belgium's richest archaeological museums and chocolate factories, including Ferero Rocher we learnt later! Doh.
'The Great European Hot Chocolate Taste Test' continued and the Belgian coffee shop we visited produced a fine specimen, however it came in a close second to the Luxembourg competition.
Amazing things happen on the highways in ...
... his hiney far behind the seat when going down hill, letting the front tire bounce you to death over the rocks that I considered boulders. We got off occasionally to walk across swinging bridges and ride over stone and wooden ones. The view must have been amazing but my eyes were staring straight down at rocks galore.
Once off that little challenge we chose an uphill route on a paved road. Then returned once the uphill climb turned into a more ...
... shook my hand when he returned it. I went off outside with the plan to see the city centre, as well as a couple of landmarks. One thing in particular that I really wanted to see was this Medical exhibition at the Zürich University which showcases many different historical medical equipment and artefacts. I love looking at those sorts of exhibitions, partly because these things have always fascinated me and I'm a doctor, but also because I love history. There is an element of ...
... Cause it's like you get to have a meal 10000ft above ground! Where else can u get that? I had spaghetii bolognese, chocolate cake and grape juice. The meal is expensive, with a price tag of CHF 45. but it's worth every penny.
After lunch, we had our last dose of snow and Mt titlis, before heading to the cable car and bus to go back to Lucerne.
Upon reaching lucerne, we spent the rest of the day just shopping, buying souvenirs and seeing the ...