Apartments Swiss Star Zurich-Oerlikon
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... play tour guide for us. :) Switzerland is a beautiful country.
This weekend we are heading to Triberg, an area of the Black Forest, so Andy can pick out his cuckoo clock he has been wanting for quite a while now. I'm very excited to pick it out with him, and to see what other kinds of German goods we run across. :) Who knows what we will find!
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We're in Zurich! A quick two hours and we have another 8-hour flight. We didn't have to get our bags or go through customs which was a huge relief, just a couple hours to hang out and get coffee. The first flight was easy, although neither of us slept much. Aside from very very narrow seats, Swiss air is really nice. First thing we noticed is they have outlets to charge your phone in each seat! There are also about 50 movies and tv shows to choose from which is awesome. ...
... was abit hasty though and dropped her phone, and cracked the screen. Karen eventually decided to use the power of Twitter to complain about this incident. There was still about an hour before we could board our flight, so I walked into a duty free shop to browse around. The salesperson saw me and asked if I was Filipino (because she is and she thought I looked abit like her). She also thought I was from the UK because she said I had a British accent. We ended ...
... disappointed that it was gravel instead of grass. When the time came (we didn't just waste time for nothing) we went to the Toy Museum. The collection was really impressive, and it was in a tiny loft at the top of a building and run by a sweet old lady. She opened one of the glass sections to turn on a train set for a little ...
... happen to it. I told Andrew that I have learnt from my Paris experience and now know how to reverse park a car. He did not find this funny! Cars on the Paris streets do not seem to stick rigidly to the lane markings. There is a fair amount of beeping and a few times there were some strong angry words with some fiercer beeping. When pedestrians cross the road at designated crossings sometimes you have to push your case otherwise the cars may ignore you and keep going on ...