Did I tell you that lunch was served on board?
The first course and the dessert were the most exciting parts
because of the fabulous decoration.
I'm sure you want to see how it was inside too!
Need I say more....?!
Did you notice that I signed my name in chocolate too?
The chocolate interior was a mixture of smooth and structured
with little interesting crunchy bits!
There was plenty of time to walk around the boat.
This passenger is looking out from the window on the lower deck
where the restaurant is.
I love staring out across the lake as the far end disappears
and makes me almost feel as if I'm out at sea.
It seems to be a tradition to have a feminine figure at the prow of boats.
I like her flowing golden robes.
and here is the stern end of the boat.
Did you see?
There are still two deck-chairs free on the upper deck?
If you hurry, you can join the next cruise!
The last horn for late arrivals blares out
and the paddle wheels churn up the water prior to departure.
Did you make it?
Off she goes...
Isn't she a beauty?
Look at that chimney and the gold writing just below the flag.
Can you see the captain in his look-out perch?
Look at all those happy people on the upper deck!
A last graceful turning curve and a new destination to the end of the lake.
In 2010, "La Suisse" steam paddleboat celebrated its 100th birthday.
The boat holds 1200 passengers
sits around 254 people in the dining areas.
The length of the boat is 78 metres and the width is 15.90 metres.
In case you missed the beginning of the lake cruise, just scroll back
to see parts one and two!