The Hotel Lucerne
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... 000 cows in Switzerland with an average 26/cows/farm, produce 3.49 million ton milk of which swiss people drink on average 70 liters milk a year. There is a direct pipeline from the Alps to a milk plant.
Nestlé is the largest chocolate producing company in the world. The average swiss person also eats 10 kg chocolate a year
In between two lakes, Lake Dhun & Lake ...
... along the lake.
Very scenic and lots of restaurants along there so we met up and walked back along the lake for a drink on top of an outdoor swimming pool.
If that sounds weird it's because it is. Basically they have fenced off a bit of lake and erected bathhouses for changing and a bar and roof terrace to have a drink. The water isn't heated and because it's sheltered, had a lot (like sushi factory farm quantities) of tiny ...
We weren't sure we would get much done as it was predicted to rain all day. As it turned out the weather was overcast but reasonably dry. We walked into town and booked a dinner show at the Stadtkeller Swiss Folklore Restaurant for the evening and then went to Max Chocolatier to book a tasting tour for the afternoon. We then just wandered the shops. I had been trying to collect a tie from each country we visited but the ties are really boring in Lucerne and we ...
... really foggy as I looked down.
The mountain was well worth the trip, and it honestly did not take that long to get there. I was able to get there, including time at the airport, transfer at Zurich HB, trip up the mountain, and trip back to Zurich HB, all in four hours. Now another thing about the mountain is there are a lot of trails, and the train stops at one or two stops on the climb up, so I think there is lots to explore if you have the ...
... as well. With this in mind we decide to walk along the river to the old town, explore a little and get back early. That is exactly what we do, having lunch along the river on the way. There is not a whole lot to old town so we stop at the Coop to buy a few items to add to our leftover dinner. That being done, we walk back, put our stuff in their fridge and head to our room. I freshen up with a shower, while Carol puts ...