TripAdvisor Reviews Gasthaus Falken Ebikon
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... knew Switzerland was expensive, but 19 Euros for two Panini and two coffees? In Italy, that would have been about half the price! No wonder they're all so skinny round these parts, they can't afford to eat too much.
Because we'd spent so much time around Lake Como in the morning, it was late afternoon by now, so we finally got on to the A2/E35 motorway, which would take us direct to our overnight stop here. We got on just at the right place to go through ...
... It would have been a much smaller detour, had I not decided to 'adjust' the GPS in the car.
"Hhmmm….these roads are beautiful Tony!"
"Yes!" …man short on words…he was concentrating on hearing Rhonda
"Sigh…I love the green, the gorgeous little houses, the cows, the sights and smells "
"EEEEEWWWWWW!!!!!! MAMA…!!!! IT SMELLS LIKE POOOOOO!"
"Why yes it is Avaia and Talia. Cow poo ...
... Sandy and I stepped off and said we would take the next one if needed. The guy operating the gondola, who eventually rode with us said, "No, there's plenty of room for everyone. They won't hurt you. They are Swiss soldiers...all they have are those tiny Swiss pocketknives!" We all laughed! Even the soldiers!
We went down for about 5 minutes and then transferred to smaller - four person gondola cars. These are the ones Sandy and ...
... br> Stopped at a Grocery Store in the Train Station for bread, cheese, apples, etc., which we ate for dinner back at the hotel.
Our last day in Switzerland, a country with STUNNING SCENERY EVERYWHERE!!
"AUF WIEDERSEHEN" ...
... to start with and the cheese had a lot of wine in it so was a bit different. Although as someone who isn't a huge fan of cheese I thought it improved the taste but it was very strong. After the show ended we walked to the docks to begin our lake Lucerne cruise. It wasn't a long cruise but was very smooth and relaxing. It was a great opportunity to see some picturesque areas and the mountains that still have snow on them from the two days before. The buildings are ...