Hotel Weisses Kreuz
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... like the Swiss flag with another little Swiss flag sticking out of it. We put the little flags in our hair and laughed some more. As we were finishing our dessert, one final surprise was revealed. Bounding out from behind the bar was a cow with a really long tongue! Okay, so it wasn't a real cow, but two guys inside a cow suit and it was hilarious! Every so often, they would move the head if the cow forward to leap it into a persons face. The effect was terrifying for them ...
... this family- run hotel had preserved the lodging so carefully. When I leafed through the hotel photographs and guestbooks, I realized that this place wasn't dated. Instead it served as a cherished time capsule celebrated by new and old patrons alike. When I return to Switzerland, I will visit the famous Jungfrau Mountain as intended, however, I am grateful for our Weggis visit that reminded me to just savor the moment and soak it all in. ...
... and as we were only 2 km from the old town walked back and did the sights.
We have a view of Lake Luzern from our window as we are on the 2nd floor which is lovely.
This included the Chapel Bridge and tower which was once part of the towns fortifications, (Apparently the tower is the most photographed place in Switzerland!), the Sprecher Bridge, Old ...
... and put it on a small plate in the oven and melt it. Then, you either pour the cheese over potatoes or you can eat it plain, either way it is scrumptious. Other things come with the meal as well, we had pineapple, nectarines, and more fresh bread! In other words, Raclette is a cheese lovers dream!
Later that night, Alexandra and I took a bus to Sursee where we met up Mario and some of their friends to go out. It was a very fun ...
... too. There were breaks in the cloud where we could also see the land and lakes below and it was gorgeous. We were 1753 metres up and it was freezing, but we loved it.
We only just missed the cog wheel train back down so we pulled up a spot to eat lunch. It was drizzling a little bit so we took shelter in the empty ticket office and made our sandwiches while admiring the view.
After lunch we had a wander through the souvenir shop and stopped for a drink and ...