The Hotel Lucerne
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... borrow my niece's crayons to do it. This hostel is very basic and simplistic look to it. Two communal toilets, two communal showers, 4 separate basins with wall mirrors. Bunk beds and lockers in rooms. And two small communal kitchens with fridges, microwaves, stoves, pots and pans. No chance of scoring a buffet breakfast here - we'll be fending for ourselves now! I think this is the first hostel where I didn't have to drag my suitcase up to ...
Autumn is coming to Europe. The signs are there for the reading. The lush summer greens of the forests are hinting at it with flashes of red, yellow and orange, the evenings are whispering a little cooler and as we ride the wind causes a flurry of chatter amongst the fallen leaves.
Whilst stopped in Metz we took a day ride of about 120 kilometres. We breakfasted in France, had morning tea in Luxembourg, popped into Belgium for a picnic and afternoon tea before ...
Welcome to Switzerland, the biggest driving day we have had in a while. Today we left Florence early to head to the city of Lucerne in Switzerland. But how could we leave with out visiting Pisa a small town made famous by a tower that looks like it is falling over, yes the leaning tower of Pisa. We took the classic tourist photos and yelled ...
... and I could see the Alps and the snow looming in the not too distant horizon.
Arrived in Interlaken Oust and the brand spanking new YHA - very modern and eco-friendly - was about 100 metres from the station. The front is floor to ceiling glass - double glazed - and it was actually a little hot inside for my liking but the lift was definitely welcomed. You get a key card for the door but you also swipe it over the locker to lock and unlock. All the lights in the corridors and loos ...
... swans and boats. It really is beautiful. Next we wander to the old township, meandering through lanes of old houses and shops. We eventually make it back to the hotel to rest and get ready for dinner. We wander passed a few restaurants and then decide that a Italian one looks nice. Can I just say Zurich is not cheap, I have a wiener schnitzel and it costs about $60 - ouch We are full and stroll back to our hotel to call it a night. We didn't spend ...