Alden Luxury Suite Hotel Zurich
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
TripAdvisor Reviews Alden Luxury Suite Hotel Zurich Zürich
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- So dropped into Zurich for a 90 minute stopover on our next leg of our long journey to Israel. Zurich airport very quiet and empty at 6.30 in the morning. No one around to guide or assist us. We had to figure lots out for ourselves. Made Christchurch airport look great. Had a $14 coffee and muffin ...
... quite high (though everywhere in Europe seems to be covered in wind turbines and solar panels when compared to sorry Australia). A highly taxed Capitalism seems to work quite well - and Zurich wasn't lacking in it's designer stores, the same as any city. Only the regular stores seem to be at luxury prices when compared to countries like Germany, Czech Republic and Hungary. They seem to be doing their part against climate change, and, from what I could tell, ...
... best part of 2.5 hours. It also included catching a cog wheel train up to Dolder, a very wealthy and pretty location in the mountains which looks down on Zurich city. In the afternoon, we had a wander and a necessary shopping excursion as we're doing a glacier panorama day tour tomorrow and were recommended by the tourist office to have much warmer clothing than we were wearing. We managed to find a C&A store which fulfilled our jacket and ...
Now in our sixth town, Zurich, Switzerland. Everything was pretty expensive here so we stuck to wine and chocolate! We came in by train along the lake and noticed the town was right at the end of the lake some we started walking from our hotel to the lake and ...
The flight was uneventful (thankfully). Though on our minds was whether our Pino had had an uneventful journey also? As we approached the oversize baggage conveyor there were just two items. Clearly we were the only travellers brave (or foolish) enough to risk this mode of asset transfer. From a distance all looked well. As we approached we could ...