Astor Hotel & Serviced Apartments
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Pets allowed
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... Schlumpfs went back to Basel. The collection has been enhanced with bequests and is now practically overwealming. Highlights include 2 of the existing 6 Bugatti Royals (and a copy made out of spares), a few Type 55 Atlantics, quite a number of road and race Type 35s from the 1930's and on ad nauseum. SSK Mercedes, 8c Alfa Romeos, a huge collection of pedal cars. (for kids) etc. The two Royales alone would fetch about 12m€ each should they ever come to ...
... making it the oldest church in Zurich. It has the largest clock face in Europe and it also contains some old wall paintings. I learned that throughout the Middle Ages, the short spire with the windows was the home of the town watchman, whose duty was to look out the windows every 15 minuets for a fire. If he saw one, he would sound an alarm and hang a flag out the window facing the fire. It ...
... during the time period. For example, there were many biblical paintings from shortly before the Reformation, presumably since the Catholic Church was still the main religious authority at the time, which condones lavish Biblical paintings. Some of my favorite paintings included "The Suicide of Lucretia" by Joos van Cleve (1518) and "St. Anthony preaching to the fish" by Arnold Böcklin (1892). St. Anthony preaching to the fish was one of my favorite paintings. ...
... at alpine horn blowing, its very difficult.
After we had a scenic cruise across lake lucerne with some more amazing views.
The afternoon was spent shopping, enjoying the cafes and exploring some othet sights such as the Chapel bridge. ...
... fans but still a nice evening.
Marien and I spent the day in Zurich on Monday, unfortunately it was very rainy and wet so we spent most our time running from store to store. We had a wonderful lunch at a place called ...