Belvedere Swiss Q Seehotel

Seestrasse 18, Lucerne, Lucerne, 6052, Switzerland | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Lucerne

Swiss Alps Lucerne and the lakes

A travel blog entry by artimax1 on Sep 05, 2014

4 comments, 7 photos

... awesome.

Tonight we went a Folklore evening and dinner - with traditional swiss food - cheese fondue, veal and potato followed by - of course apple streudal. We have connected with a young couple Tammy and Rhuben , Tammy was invited to join a group on stage and yondal, very funny to watch. Apart from yodelling , there was Alpine horn blowing, and a sing along.The entainment was excellent, we all had a great night.

Arrivaderchi to Venice and bonjour a Lucerne!

A travel blog entry by minaco on Aug 11, 2014

Our morning was off to an extra early start as we set our alarm for 5:30 in order to be ready for our 7:30 departure. After getting dressed we set off downstairs for our continental breakfast. Most of our group had already arrived, so we had to split up to get seats at two tables. The breakfasts in Venice have been quite basic, but better than nothing. :-)

We stopped back at our rooms to gather our carry on bags and return the keys to the front desk. The hotel, Il Burchiello has ...


A travel blog entry by taylam on Jul 10, 2014

... we even got a taste test. There were buckets of chocolate Lindt balls and and shapes. So I will update you on that. The apartment we are in is very cool and it is next to a soccer ground, a gym, a swimming pool with a slide, a discus and hammer throw field as well as a running track. We might visit the swimming pool this arvo. More updates later. ...

Five wrong turns and the paparazzi

A travel blog entry by jakers on Jul 01, 2014

8 photos

... outside and no telling what the temps were in this ice covered cave. Hot blooded Wyatt finally let us put his coats on and he waddled through with us. The cold was a bit much for him without snow hat and gloves, and of all things he wanted some Mango ice cream. I gathered him up and headed for the five story gondola, restaurants, and shops building, while all others took another chair lift to play in the snow. There they rode enter-tubes and sleds down ...

Swiss or $wi$$?

A travel blog entry by goddessphoto on Jun 19, 2014

5 photos

... then he entered the small office area with both guards behind him...and we didn't see him for awhile. Hmmm...then a flash of magenta as the brightly clad Jose came dashing out of the office with a smile on his face. We had to pay the Germans for using their roads, then when we crossed the Rhine River we had to pay the Swiss for using their roads. No big deal, right? Well if you enter Switzerland from the French side, you pay nothing. When you ...