Astor Hotel & Serviced Apartments
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... far, this would be it!
My other favourite from Switzerland was Gimmelwald.
Gimmelwald is a small little village in the Oberland region with around 100 residents. Reachable only via gondola, it sits just above the cliff edge (which base jumpers were making the most of!). I set off on a few lovely hikes taking in the melting snow cap creating waterfalls down the cliff side. I was following the trail markers and ...
... our way home. I decided I wanted the chocolate with the Smarties-like candy mixed in.
We spent over one hour exploring the cobblestone streets and admiring the architecture. We all enjoying walking over the historic covered wooden bridge. Paintings in the roof trusses depict events from way before I was born. Sadly, some of the bridge (and a numver of the old paintinfs) was destroyed by fire, but it has been rebuilt in the ...
After getting lost in Locerne, I went to Zurich and checked out the Christmas lights on the main street of 'Bahnhofstrasse'.
I only had a hour before I had to catch the train back Andys place.
I quickly walked half way down the street and checked out the lights. ...
... we had Betty to rely on and she took us straight to a Media Markt which is a JB Hifi kind of shop. We just had to hope somebody could speak English, and much to our relief we were in luck. The guy that served us spoke very good English and assured us that it would be easy to purchase a laptop in the store (which were all pre-set to German) and then later change the settings to English. We decided to trust him and go for it, although in reality we didn't have ...
... ride from there (included) for half hour and we were back at the hotel.
After a brief rest, we went downstairs to the restaurant where I had Sicilian lasagna and Mom had a Nice prawn salad. Delicious but expensive as is all of Switzerland. A bottle of water, Coke or juice is $3-4 everywhere. Hamburger with fries, $25. I took pictures of the McDonald's menu.
Walked around the block and back to hotel room, ready for ...