Seerose Resort & Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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Enjoyed one of our few later starts today - on the coach at 8.00 am. More hours of driving, to Switzerland today - through a 17 km tunnel. Heading to Lake Lucerne which is the cleanest lake in Europe. Stopped for a short orientation in the heart of the city - being Sunday many places were closed tho several were open. We also stopped for a quick look at the Lion monument ...
... of town to view one of the city's famous landmarks, the Lions Monument. This sculpture in the side of a mountain of a dying lion is just amazing. Everyone was jostling to take photos and selfies in front of it. We were both feeling tired by now, but no rest for the wicked. Tonight we had tickets to a Swiss Dinner and Folk Music and dancing show. When we arrived it was already full of people enjoying the first course of the meal - cheese fondue. We were shown our place and before ...
... We went by the lakes of Lungern, Brienz and Thun. We stopped at the small village of Brienz, took some pictures of a very beautiful, colorful street where one of the residents stopped me on the street to tell me where to go for the best sight. This little village is known for its wood carvers. There is actually a school there that teaches the wood carving trade. We stopped at Grindewald to see a very long ...
... a rock wall to commemorate the people who died in the second french revolution. It was a pretty cool (really big) piece of art. We then made our way around the "old town" and saw a famous bridge they have and a large number of churches. We caught a train back to Zurich around 6ish, returned to the apartment and discussed our future plans. Since, Switzerland is so expensive, we are deciding to spend 1 day in the major cities (originally we allocated 2-3 days in Zurich and ...
August 14 Another day in Lucerne. We have a croissant for breakfast that we picked up in the grocery store next to the hotel. A short walk to town for a self guided walk that started with the Jesuit Church. It was built from 1666-1677 because the Pope wanted to establish a strong presence in central Switzerland during the tense times with Protestant Reformation. There is a statue here of the only Swiss saint, Brother Klaus, a hermit monk that lived in the nearby mountains during ...