Back in April, I uploaded a blog post about quick recipes and my day spent in Lucerne and Aarau (click here to see the post). I promised back then that I would make a separate post about eating in Lucerne, so this post will be all about just that same day.
As soon as my friend and I arrived in Lucerne by train, the first stop was for lunch at the Seehotel Hermitage's restaurant. I would definitely recommend that you book a table online ahead of time, especially if you want to sit by the terrace. The hotel is located just 10 minutes away from the main train station of Lucerne. It is easily accessible with the car as well as with public transport (bus number 24). If you feel like taking the ferry thru the lake, the ferry terminal is right in front of the hotel. This trip takes around an hour from the main train station and the ferry leaves every 90 minutes. I would only recommend taking the ferry if you are not under a tight schedule and want to enjoy the sea, especially in hot weather.
So I spent just one night in Amsterdam 🇳🇱 back in February. I was in the Netherlands because I had to take care of some business in Groningen, so I made a whole weekend trip out of it. It wasn‘t my first time in Amsterdam tho, so I knew kinda where to go and didn't do as much sight-seeing as on the first trip.
In Amsterdam, as multi-cultural and people-freindly as it is, there really are more than enough vegan options there! Also in my experience, when asking whether certain foods are vegan, all personnel knew exactly what the word "vegan" means. This isn't the case in a lot of European countries, so it's refreshing to see that knowledge spreading there. Go vegans!
In-Room Afternoon Delight at the Amsterdam Marriott Hotel
The first meal I had was a room service at the Amsterdam Marriott hotel, where I stayed at. I had a veggie burger, french fries and a garden salad. Shout out to one of my best friends who hooked me up with a Friends Rate. Thanks, girl! ♥️