Travel Blogs from Bürgenstock
... and weird organ music playing. We then paid the 4 Fr. to climb up the narrow stone stairs and steep wooden platforms up the tower. From there, we could see most of Zurich, the Limmat River, and Lake Zurich. The water combined with other church steeples, blue sky and the quaint buildings was quite picturesque.
After our two giant stair climbs, we decided to get a Doner for lunch at the place recommended to us by Thorben, ...
... and arches, covered in Christmas boughs and snow.
December 9: Around Lucerne
In the daylight we saw that Lucerne is actually tucked into the mountains. Renee has a beautiful view of both Rigi and Pilatus, the two larger mountains around Lucerne. The view from her windows actually looks like a ski resort. After some yogurt and muesli for breakfast, we walked over the to the train station where we got a coffee and walked around the ...
... a Cheese Festival in the Square today. It was very crowded, but lots of interesting signts. Of course, John had to sample everything! This part of Switzerland is more influenced architecturally by the Italians than the Germans, except for the language, and many of the buildings and artwork are distinctly Italian. Lots of great pictures. I'll share few. Last night we were exhausted and after an excellent ...
... reply is "I thought you already bought some grass", she is not too happy about it. It's 2 in the afternoon right now and I want some more coffee and another apfel strudel so I'm gonna walk to the local cafe and get some. I'm not sure how much longer I'll be here. They told me that they would like me stay longer and kind of left it in my hands as to what I want to do. What I am thinking is that I am going to try ...
... Trapp. I had no idea! We had time for one more quick Melbourne girls reunion in Salzburg for dinner before calling it a night and heading home. It was not only a great day because I enabled my inner child to be released on the tour, but also because Salzburg is a beautiful city, and the Austrian alps are even more stunning.
So Austria. Kind of like Australia, but really not at all. It was so nice to come and visit you. Auf Wiedersehen .
Love cousin Australia. ...
Other places to stay in Bürgenstock
Lake Lucerne, Vierwaldstattersee , Bürgenstock | Hotelfrom $225