Astor Hotel & Serviced Apartments
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... begin to make our way back up to the higher altitude toward Grimsel Pass. Almost to the top, we turn a corner around the mountain and both gasp as an unexpected lake comes into view! We had no idea that the views would be even more beautiful from here. As we begin to descend again toward Meiringen, we see yet another lake that doesn't amaze us any less than the first. This one is a lot larger, with a dam, and the sun setting between two mountains in the ...
... overwhelming - I can't believe how wonderful, awesome, inspiring, breathtakingly surprising the world can be. And I've been there. I've been in those millions of moments that nobody else has experienced. I can't share it. I can't explain it.
Somehow I wanna grap it and hide it from everybody because they are so precious and I love them so much I'm scared that somebody will destroy them. My millions of moments.
Gosh, this sounds so new-agey that I ...
... right across each other. These churches definitely adds to Zürich skyline but we've seen churches all over the world so these just didn't impress us that much. Besides it was cold and we were exhausted. Renn Weg Straße is also a great uphill shopping street at the center of the town. I was surprised to see American Apparel there. We had lunch at Manor and did a bit of shopping in ...
Doing our own thing for a few days before joining our 2nd tour. Picked up from our hotel to go to Rhine Falls...largest waterfall in Europe. Our guide took the scenic route through some of Switzerland's villages & towns...some very nice places to see. Arrived at the falls and all you can hear is the sound of rushing water...impressive falls...not a big drop vertically but wide with a massive amount of ...
... on it. It was a very peaceful place. We drove up the hill behind the city which gave us a look at big old houses in that area though many of them aren’t single dwellings – more than 90% of the Zurich population rents their homes, and over all 70% of Swiss rent their homes, it seems very high. They pointed out several old peoples’ homes and that’s apparently because they have moved into the more central areas while ...