Sorell Hotel Arte
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- Continental Breakfast
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Awake at 6am. Showered, dressed & breakfast. Left for city centre @ 0830. Weather mild to warm with sunny breaks. Some blue sky which was welcomed. This will be a short blog as I think the photos I shall post will sum it up better than words. The walking tour of Zurich was have been the 3 rd city tour we have taken but was a different area so new info. Can never take too many photos in ...
... elegant. We found our way to pickwicks pub which would be our dinner place for the night. The food was good. We had: - fish burger (Carmen) - London eye hamburger (Alison) - trio of chicken (Van) - chicken schnitzel (Karen) Karen couldn't handle the weird taste of her schnitzel. She thought it had a funky unpleasant taste to it. During dinner we had an idea of trying cheese fondue, and hence this would be tomorrow's mission for dinner. It ...
... much of Lucerne yet, we can tell that it is a beautiful town. Reminds me a little of Queenstown and the prices are similar!! It think we will need a big mortgage to just buy coffee here. Just a short blog today. Hope you are enjoying reading our stories. Keep the comments coming as it is good to hear from ...
... there it was full steam ahead for one of Sheila's favourite Swiss dishes.älpermagronen which is Swiss macaroni cheese with pan fried onions and apple pureé..WTF! It is delicious and made us both very happy! Sheila then took me to the apartment block where she used to live when she was working in Lucerne. It was now a boutique hotel block. Deciding to just have a day strolling and relaxing we walked along ...
... fled already unbeknownst to the Swiss). To honour their bravery and commitment to upholding the Swiss reputation, the lion monument was constructed. It's hard to describe the statue, but something about the lion's face struck a chord. He looked so sad in spite of being so strong and fierce. It really was quite serene and beautiful. After cooling ourselves in a nearby fountain, we began our hot and uphill trek towards the old town wall. The ...