The Hotel Lucerne

Address: Sempacherstrasse 14, Lucerne, Lucerne, 6002, Switzerland | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Sempacherstrasse 14, Lucerne, is near Mount Pilatus, Lake Luzern, Chapel Bridge (Kapellbrucke), and Rosengart Collection (Sammlung Rosengart).
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      4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

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      Fun and games in Switzerland

      A travel blog entry by alison_tran on Oct 13, 2014

      2 comments, 5 photos

      ... inwards to land on my legs! #2 - Breakfast, Asian style :) With this being the first hostel not to provide meals of any sort, it was time for us to get back to basics and cook our own breakfast. No chance of cooking anything gourmet here either. Doing it asian style, Van and Carmen whipped up a huge pot of 2-minute noodles! Karen microwaved her nasi goreng rice in under 5 minutes. As for me, I was ready with my yoghurt & muesli (i.e. the no-cook option), and my cup ...

      One perfect Day in Switzerland

      A travel blog entry by debandalan on Sep 29, 2014

      2 comments, 8 photos

      ... they dragged alan up,on stage for a yodelling competition, very amusing and for his effort or for to skull a pint of beer on stage, he was a happy boy but Jenny Shaw I should of taken your advice and given it a miss. Aaron has told us all through this trip that the best was yet to come, we have seen almost every major tourist icon in Europe whether it be Big Ben, Eiffel Tower, Notre Dame, Vatican, Sistine chapel, Acropolis, Pompeii, Greek Islands, Pisa and so many more but Aaron ...

      Cheese, culture and great scenery

      A travel blog entry by thecamino on Sep 23, 2014

      24 photos

      ... weighing me down, has found a home with someone far more in need than I). Anyway, back to the story at hand, 10 minutes later and 1 x victronox hiking knife in our possession it is off to the lake for a picnic. After eating like real backpackers it was time to raise the cultural stakes and we spent a good couple of hours going through the Rosengart museum. Probably the biggest single collection of Picasso work, not to mention the odd Monet, Klee, Matisse and The value of art ...


      A travel blog entry by ganno67 on Oct 05, 2012


      ... we checked in at Zurich station next morning, the very helpful lady at the station told us that we had insufficient time at Milan to make our connection to Genoa: "Milan is avery big and very busy station and the train is always late". Very comforting, as our seats were pre booked. Yes, the train was late but the galloping Gannons made it onto the Genoa connection with minutes to spare. A lot of you are aware that there is a great height from the platform to the train in Europe. ...

      Day 20 Part b & day 21 Part a

      A travel blog entry by twowombats on Jan 13, 2012

      1 comment, 10 photos

      ... of French I am going to put to good use. Talking about Australians. As I said we are in a carriage that is nearly empty and what nationality are the two people sitting behind us? Yep, yet again. The pastures are green with a crystal clear blue sky and little farm houses dot the country side. Photos are difficult to take as we are now travelling at something like 140 - 160 kph. The country side is early quaint. Very few, if any animals grazing. Most of the land ...