Apartments Swiss Star Zurich-Oberstrass

Universitatstrasse 80/82, Zürich, Zürich, 8006, Switzerland | Condo
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This condo, located in the Kreis 6 area of Zürich, is near Swiss National Museum, Zoological Museum, Museum of Design (Museum Fur Gestaltung), and Swiss Craft Center.
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The innocent days of leaving your doors unlocked

A travel blog entry by groovyseri411 on Feb 13, 14

... Judge Russel one-year later in 1873. Despite the fact that they agreed with Russel, they mentioned participation in church services was not distinctive. The NC Supreme Court decided that such matters should really be church discipline and not a problem of the court.
In 1873, performing badly in a church could not be considered a issue of the surfaces. The New York Supreme Court had applied the principle of the separation of church ...

Some Great Benefits Of Social Networking Marketing

A travel blog entry by promoteyou165 on Jan 17, 14

... social-media programs additionally offer you a chance to connect to important people. Put yourself out-there in talks and display your understanding facing other organizations and individuals who might take a pastime in everything you need certainly to offer. Make the internet community world conscious of your business personality and reputation to engage with prospective business partners and build options.
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Schnitzel for Pete

A travel blog entry by laceys.log on Oct 15, 2013

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... and mum. Very cute. We stopped at a place called Mulhouse Ville where the train ran by a canal for quite a distance with boats, locks etc along the trackside for a couple of k’s. And once we went through Basle and were into Switzerland the landscape changed again to green hills, lots of trees but still a lot of farming, and the houses became much more attractive, some are proper Swiss chalet style that you see in books. We had our ...

Bored Yet?

A travel blog entry by fos53 on Aug 23, 2013

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... now unachievable. I think I am guilty of not having a plan B. Whilst I always knew there was a strong chance of some injury cropping up and stopping me, I hadn’t prepared myself mentally for what I would then have to do in order to complete The Run.
Secondly, the disruption this has caused Giuliana is almost unfair. She is happy to come down for a third trip to do the backup duties uncomplainingly, but it is a nuisance for her but she has been brilliant ...


A travel blog entry by mjhalls on Jul 11, 2013

... chairs are facing the street. Everything is a bit tight and squishy so you may get quite close to the neighbouring table. Architecture wise Paris is beautiful with every building having French doors with a balustrade across and sometimes a Juliet balcony. The roofs have dormer windows and often mansard style roofs with 2 floors in the roof space. From the little I have seen of the suburbs the 60's and 70's wrecked the architectural style here too with blocks of flats you ...