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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Non-smoking hotel
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... later… (1/2 an hour later than anticipated…but that's because Siri and Rhonda were not agreeing through Bern)...
Arriving back in Lungern after 3 years away, we felt like we had arrived…...back home.
A handwritten note had been stuck to the door - "move in" in the typical swiss cursive handwriting that I have always associated with my mom.
As our last visit…upon entering the home, a HUGE one at that, ...
... across the bridge and along the lakeside.. We stopped for a beer along the way at a lakeside beer patio and enjoyed a pretty park along the way. We later shared a salad and pizza at Jemoli....for 40sF including 2 generous glasses of wine. When we came back to the hotel we went downstairs for a beer and watch Finland beat Switzerland in the IHF hockey ...
... all our rubbish in, for which there was a charge of 90 cents...and instructed us to return for another one when that was full...yeah whatever! The site seems to be run very strictly, but I have to say it was quite a nice site. We settled down for the rest of the day and again sat in the sun! Very hot but cooled down really quickly once the sun had gone down...not used to that - its been so warm in the evenings in Italy. ...
... edge of the lake or river enjoying the views and amazing weather (it was 78 degrees and sunny!). Today was also dedicated as our day to visit a pharmacy in Switzerland to learn a little about the pharmacy profession from a local pharmacist. I stopped at the Odeon Apotheke on Bellevueplat street. A few of the things I found interesting were that even though the stores were extremely busy (with only one pharmacist on staff at most times!) they spent a ...
... the tram. As we boarded the smallest funicular car, Chris hit his head. (This had become an unfortunate theme of our European adventure.) However, he recovered quickly as we chugged up the mountain taking pictures of the beautifully green scenery around us.
In no time we'd reached the platform to board the Cabrio, a double decker cable car with an open top, that would bring us to the sunny summit of Mount Stanserhorn. Chris ...