Fleming's Hotel Zuerich
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... quite determined to spend time in this peace-loving country, so we found an airbnb in lenzburg, a small town about 20 minutes west of Zurich. Switzerland is super expensive. More so than Melbourne or Paris. Luckily H&M were having a pre-Christmas sale, so Katrina could re-stock her new pack without too much of a blow to her budget. Switzerland is efficient. That was my impression, and really, that's the impression I had of switzerland before I'd been ...
... at very reasonable prices. We came home to drop off the bags and backpack and get ready for our traditional Swiss dinner of raclette, at Swiss Chuchi located in the Hotel Adler. Swiss Chuchi is renown for the fondue and raclette and was already bursting at the sides with people by 6.45pm when we got there so getting there early evening or making a reservation is our recommendation if you're thinking of eating there in the future. As ...
... salat with beer, and avoided most of the rain. It actually dried up and the sun shone after 4:30 so we found a patio and enjoyed a very expensive coffee.....5 Fr each.the old town is pretty...lots of narrow cobblestone streets with old mullioned glass windows and flower boxes. Lots of wonderful patios...if the weather improved it would be great.. Came back to the hotel and had a beer while we watched the European Cup final between Seville and ...
... 750). With a copy from an old atlas of this region of Switzerland and MamaD as co-pilot we limped our way towards the Schaefer household and were VERY surprised to arrive with just a small delay. Thankfully the roads and villages are well-marked with signs and at several intersections I got out to read out all four directions. However, I wasn't kidding about the size of the roads. It was quite the ...
October 12, 2013
Even after our $12 coffee and $100 lunch we were still unprepared for our trip to Subway. Subway is subway, we figured. Always a tasty, reasonably priced meal… right? Wrong. We each ordered a foot-long sub (with thoughts that we could use one big sub as two meals, to save some cashola) and one bottle of coca-cola. These sandwich artists must have been trained by someone famous like Michel ...