Fleming's Hotel Zuerich
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... up taxis were.<br style="line-height: 15.8599996566772px;"><br style="line-height: 15.8599996566772px;">Once we got a taxi, we threw our bags in the back and crammed into the backseat with all of our carry-ons and personal bags. We rushed through the city of Florence, dodging cars and speeding through the highly unfamiliar streets. When the cab driver dropped us off, we were at the wrong building on Via del Giglio, at number 4 (not 6). When we went inside, they told us we ...
... we made it to the airport and returned the car without incident. That meant once again tackling a different train system in a new country but luckily by this time we were fairly good at navigating the signs for ticket machines and what stop we needed. We did unfortunately end up just ten cents short of being able to pay for our tickets with all of the change in Bree’s purse so we had to use a twenty franc note and got tons of change in return instead! Oh well. We ...
... again. Pain in the butt. And of course we have some leftover. So since it was turning into such a bummer already and we had not even left the bus station Starbucks we decided to buy a bus ticket out of there while we were near the ticket office. Of course the soonest bus to Bayonne France (a place near the beach with train access to Saint Jean Piet de port) was on Thursday. So we ha two days to sit back and wait. On ...
... but Clara was not so sure. She just stared at him for a while. The drive back was nice; it was dreary and cold, but pretty. We passed through the North side of Switzerland and then boarded the ferry (by driving onto it) to cross the Lake of Constance; we stayed in our car but we could still see out the sides so we knew we were moving. We passed through fields and fields of apples and grapes. Apparently, this area is known for both apples and wine. You ...
... From the bathroom I could hear a familiar accent. It was MTV in English! Yay! Since leaving England, the only English-speaking channels had been CNN and BBC News. For the most part it didn't matter, but it was nice to get a glimpse of familiar pop culture after feeling so disconnected from everything! After a day of concussions, expensive lunches, getting lost, finding art, and retrieving spoons, we were looking forward to an evening of fun and beer ...