Gasthaus Falken

Address: Luzernerstr. 50, Ebikon, Lucerne, 6030, Switzerland | Inn
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Travel Blogs from Ebikon

Zoo, zoo. zoo…goin' to the zoo zoo zoo!!!

A travel blog entry by karin.histon on Aug 27, 2014

1 comment, 35 photos

... huh….?!

Ya, I was surprised too! Life size penguins adorned the front of the entry. LOTS of them!!!


“Mama…oh my gosh!!! I LOVE it” said Talia emphatically





A day in the life of a Tour Director

A travel blog entry by kwdestinations on Jun 22, 2014

5 photos

... and was within earshot just behind her to hear her introduce herself. "Im Stash, Stash McCaully". It was the way she said it that made my antennae go up. He was Jean Pierre LeBlue (how much more novel could you get!?). I could see the twinkle in her eye and the gaze from him. It was almost like a James Bond moment. People watching has always been a fun pastime for me and this couldnt have been a more perfect moment to see this.


Germany and Switzerland

A travel blog entry by quachie on Dec 15, 2013

3 comments, 4 photos

... 100g for 7.90 Swiss Francs) and a personalised Swiss Army knife. We then board the bus for a short trip to Engelberg. Three cable cars (gondola, rectangular and rotating) takes us up 10,000 ft. It's the first time I see real snow and I'm in complete awe. I hang out with John who gives me a photo lesson on using a Fish eye lens (but I feel bad as he loses one of his lens cap in the process of doing so as it goes over the cliff). It's a dangerous bonding ...

Map-making a humanitarian project?

A travel blog entry by 2swiss on Jul 07, 2013

4 photos

Switzerland has one of the best maps in the world when it comes to small scale like 1:25'000. But then Switzerland is a small and wealthy country with a multi-century tradition of land-ownership, alpine sports and map-making. Unlike Mongolia, where Genghis Khan reigned and fought from the back of a horse. I read that Mongolian street maps literally lie to you.

An acquaintance once ...

New friends

A travel blog entry by woodsies on Oct 06, 2012

4 photos

... today it was soup, salmon and veges, citrus tart) and then a cooked dinner with dessert and fruit. And then there is morning and afternoon tea - help! Tonightt was a fun night of celebration with the European delegates providing the entertainment. We had everything from an Austrian couple doing a beautiful waltz to Strauss, to a Celtic song from the Irish, a plastic bag rendition of Mozart, a film clip of 1400 Hungarians doing the ...