The Hotel Lucerne
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... t seem like there was anyway to enforce the 'per person' rule. So we placed our orders and when the first bowl of chicken wings arrived, Karen asked how the unlimited wings deal works. The waiter explained they know some people try to abuse the system and get free chicken wings for everyone, not just themselves. So he asked Karen how many more wings she might want after this first batch. He also saw our table was full of tapas so he believed we wouldn't exploit the ...
... running through the place but still that underlying Swiss efficiency and culture. We enjoyed walking around the city visiting the famous sights including the carved Lion that author Mark Twain once described in 1880 as the most moving saddest and most moving piece of rock in the world. The Lion Monument is a giant dying lion carved out of a wall of sandstone rock above a pond at the east end of the medieval town. It was ...
... was really not much to see besides fog. We had a snow fight!
Whilst it was unfortunate that the weather didn't clear for us, you know what. We made the most of it anyway. We can't always count on everything to go as smoothly as we want. The weather will do what it wants and at the end of the day, we were in Switzerland making new friends! I would rather experience Switzerland at its worst than not experience it at all. I was fortunate enough ...
... bevvies and laughed and talked through all of it. In fact, we were a little late leaving and missed our train. Luzi took off for class and we hopped the next rain back to Zurich. It had snowed quite a bit while we were eating, but it was falling quite solidly in Zurich! Christian was waiting for us at the platform, despite our late arrival, and it was so good to see him! He led us through the highlights of his town, including the cathedral where the Swiss reformation took place ...
... 5 times.
We had to reach a point and head back or else we wouldn't be able to make the train out of Grindelwald. Going down was the worst as it puts so much strain on your knees and feet, not to mention the team was suffering from chaffing issues. We got to the train station in time and although it nearly killed us, we were very satisfied with the hike! Thanks to Kyle White for suggesting Grindelwald, loved ...