SeminarHotel Am Aegerisee
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Awake at before 7am & all feeling fairly fresh. Showered & down to breakfast & what a breakfast it was. Fresh fruit, yogurt, cereals breads, croissants with hot selection scrambled eggs,bacon & potatoes. Actually anything that you could imagine & so beautifully presented & set out. Afterwards we strolled down to the sihlquai bus terminal where we picked up our day tour to the Rhine falls & city tour highlights ...
... getting us many awed glances. We enjoyed the view some more and then it was time to descend. We all got back in the tram and started on our way down. We stopped and Jah told us to get off at the next stop down and she then lead us to a different way to descend the "Cable Car". We all shuffled into this tiny box with glass windows and ceiling and then it disconnected from the station and we stated on our way. The views from the cable car was a lot cooler because you could see ...
... We headed back to the hostel in the rain and spent a bit of time chatting with our roommate Man Hee who is from Korea. Man Hee is traveling alone through Europe and had interesting stories to share. We all thought it was very thoughtful of him to give each of us a bookmark with special meanings from Korea. When the rain finally stopped, the three of us ventured out again for a short walk through the pretty city of ...
... not to go up in the gondolas and Joey kindly arranged for them to stay on the bus and go around to the cogwheel railway and come up the mountain that way. It was great they were able to have the experience on top as well. We then had a couple of hours free time in Lucerne before meeting up with our coach again for a drive into the Swiss countryside; again the mountains surrounded us and every corner was another wow moment. A horse ...
... euros. Our hostel the first night was one stop outside the city, but it was the nicest hostel yet. We had some awesome people sharing a room with us; a few guys from canada, a cute little forty year old Spanish man, and a younger girl from Colorado. We sat in our room and talked with them for a while before deciding we were going to venture downtown to walk around. We grabbed a quick bite ( literally their fast food is in vending machines. You drop ...