Hotel-Restaurant Uto Kulm
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All this traveling is really starting to get to me. My first day in Zurich I couldn't even get out of bed I felt so exhausted and awful - probably a little bit of culture shock. I've gone through so many different dialects, currencies and such that I'm really screwed up and it started to take a toll on me. I knew I had to get up and enjoy my time in Switzerland, as I only had one day there, so I Skyped my sister and my parents to cheer me up. They helped me feel a lot better and ...
... for the evening and it was tiny! I can see why Ikea is popular over here. But it was clean and oddly very modern. After dinner, we took a river boat ride to see the city and it was a really good way to see the sights. What I've noticed about Europe is that it really is as picturesque as it sees on tv and in books. And it's very relaxed! We really enjoyed a gelato on the walk back from the bus. Currently Playing: some sort of dance techno on the ...
... everyday daily life. There were several of him with his dachshund named Lump which was really cute. After that I napped and watched more of Game of Thrones, lamented over not having internet, and then had dinner at an Italian restaurant. This morning I got up fairly early (early for me on vacation) and went and explored the city. It is my favorite time to explore a city, especially a well-touristed city because it is the only time when there aren't tons ...
... we left for home with proper sunburn and smiles from ear to ear after a most magnificent 2-week holiday in Switzerland!!!!
Thanks to everyone who walked the Haute Route with us and made it a special trip, thanks to all weather gods for their kindness, and the fighting cows for sparing our lives. Special thanks to all our great friends who put us up for their warm-hearted hospitality! We hope we can repay the favour! Gracias, Danke & ...
... to go on the buses. They headed off to Mt Titlis.
We planned to take a train to Alpnachstad (20min), take the cog rail to the top of Mt. Pilatus (40min), the gondola down to Frakmuntegg (5min), toboggan down the chairlift path to Kreins (30min) then catch a bus back to Lucerne (5min). We went to the rail station to buy our tickets. They told us that the cog railway was not operating because of all the snow. They also told us that the ...