Sorell Hotel Arte
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... cashew and rice. We had spring rolls to start. It was beautiful food and we left very full perhaps shouldn't have had the spring rolls. Oh well. Short walk around again to was the full belly and the on back to the hotel. I had a upset tummy for some reason so gastrostop needed. Brad updated the photo log and I did some quick hand washing and then caught up on the travel diary for yesterday and today. Did have a couple of Belgian chocolates with ...
... it is – the lion has such a sad face. On the way back to the hotel Gary and I did some shopping for the Swiss watch that he wanted to take home.
We finished the day with dinner at a local Italian restaurant called Da Ernesto just along the riverfront. I ate a delicious Saltimbocca a la Romana.
I think that this was the best day of our entire holiday, certainly the most ...
... conventional cable car. Views were excellent, yadda yadda. After that we drove to a small village where we went on a horse cart ride to a farm. Our two opera singer travelers sang as we travelled along, so the hills were alive with music - Christmas carol music. Really beautiful area and the whole experience was the high point of the trip. The farmer's wife served us gluhwein, soup, and bread. Best gluhwein of the trip. I asked her for the recipe and ...
... went to Jesuitkirche, a church in front of the lake, and we walked through the old town. The old town was full of stores, inviting you to come in, with their beautiful watches and victorinox Swiss knives, so he spent a couple of hours doing some shopping. Bruno even got an original Swiss knife with a USB key. Ready for Mt. Pilatus! We took the bus to Kriens, then walked up the mountain to take the small cable cars for two stations, then the big cable car, all the way to Mt. ...
... winning photo's to come :)
Good-bye to Italy and hello to Switzerland. Driving through the 17km Saint Gottard tunnel, we arrived from the Italian speaking Switzerland to the German speaking Swizterland. Lot's of 'wow-ing' on the bus as we passed the mighty Swiss Alps and very cute Swiss Chalets. So picturesque. Our destination was Lake Lucerne for 2 nights.
Today we took a cog-driven funicular train halfway up Mt Stanserhorn, then picked ...