Astor Hotel & Serviced Apartments
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... our dinner as you can imagine.. We reached Basle on time and changed to the EC 172 for the 50 minute trip to Zurich. A taxi had us at our apartment by 5.20 which was not ready for us so we went and did a small shop while we waited. At least that saved us going out again. We were a little disappointed in our host who did not seem very organised. We have had a good look around Zurich over the last ...
... on their homepage). I sat in one of the google cubicles. I also learnt that a Zoogler is a Zurich Googler. We came across a few chill-out areas and games rooms. What excited us the most was the slippery slide that led from the office down to the cafeteria. There was absolutely no way any of us were going to miss out on using the slide, so down we all went! If I had a slippery slide in the office to get from one floor to another, I'd use it every day. It's much faster ...
... just enough to get a few good photographs and selfies! After a long day of sight seeing we headed home for a summer dish of tomato and mozzarella (better then what I had in Italy!) and focaccia in the garden while watching the sunset (oh we had red wine tonight!) Yesterday I said goodbye to Switzerland (probably a good thing after all the Swiss cheese and chocolate I ate during the week!) and headed to Germany (via Austria!) Along the way we had a little road trip through the ...
... things that are far-off on a regular schedule. The eyes are so used to focusing on things that are very near to us and the fact that you allow it to be focus on things that are faraway acts as being a very great workout. Additionally, ensure that you strong the AC in your area or vehicle, far from your eyes. This can also result in dry eyes if the great air from your AC retains reaching your eyes.
Yet another thing that ...
... onto the small four person gondola down to the bottom. Was a much nicer experience than the cramped big gondola and had really good views over the town and the lake to end the exciting part of the Gold Tour. The final leg was a standard local bus back around to the train station. We saw some Canadians waiting at a bus stop so stopped there as they were adamant the bus was coming shortly. Jason decided it wasn't the right place and that we needed to be quite a bit ...