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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... areas & sun was shinning which makes it a brighter picture. We had 3 hours spent in Zurich before we left for Lucerne just over an hours drive. On arrival we took a walking tour before heading to our hotel. Now our hotel called the Monopol was in a prime position with views of lake Lucerne in main city area with train station almost on our doorstep. Maybe a little noisy tonight but hey ...
... to get late now, so we headed back to the hostel to rest (with the occasional stop to take more photos of Swans in the dark). We put our groceries in the fridge, and the girls freaked out a bit when they saw a mosquito the size of an Aussie 50 cent coin. I personally didn't see it - I must've been staring at the foosball table again. After that, Karen made us rush into our rooms and close the doors quickly as she hates mosquitoes. Time for sleep. Gute ...
Who goes shopping for nothing that is required with their dad with only 10 AUD? ME!!!!!!! We had a heap of left over money so dad and I went shopping. It was funny. Here is what we bought. (Our goal was to spend exactly the right amount of money- 7.5 Swiss Franks) we bought a loaf of bread (2 Swiss Franks), some caramel yogurt (.55 Swiss Franks), ...
... and into the old town. As it was Slugs first visit to Lucerne he was suitably impressed with the history and beauty of the Swiss town . We wandered around to a few of Sheila's local haunts from when she lived here...most of them were pubs, bars and clubs..Hmmmm! We also frequented a number of souvenir shops in the hunt for a cow for Beaver. Soon it was time for coffee, yum. The Swiss do do good coffee, we ...
Had a look round Zurich in the morning, it seemed alot bigger then Berne the capital. It was very hectic driving in the night before. There is a huge lake next to the town with a river down the middle, separating it into two. Being Sunday it was reasonably quiet, with only a few cafes and souvenir shops open. The tourist information was closed for refurbishment, with no other options then to find our own attractions. Had a good walk around the town admiring ...