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... that 5th Avenuelike road and browsing the pricey stores all around is just marvelous. The street offers a lot of designer shops, cafés and chocolatiers. Don't forget to stop by Sprüngli, every trip to Zürich includes a ''must'' visit to Confiserie Sprüngli. If you are visiting other parts of Switzerland Läderach is what you have to visit. We strolled down to Bürkliplatz ...
... to our final stop of the day, Interlaken.
Once we arrived and found our hotel, The Stella, we got checked in and made our way up to our room. As we opened the door we were immediately sent into a time warp back to the late 1980’s thanks to the awesome décor of this room! The hotel itself was really great and in a nice location to the main part of downtown Interlaken, so once we had a good laugh about the furniture and bedding we set out to explore the town ...
... somewhere nice to eat. We wandered along an outdoor restaurant strip
to find a suitable eatery, we chose to eat inside as it was raining. A couple of beers and a nice Swiss meal – we
were very impressed. Then it was time
for a quick meeting to decide the next day’s adventure. We retired around 10.30 pm
The next day it was off to the
Station to purchase our tickets for Lucerne and as we were looking at a map ...
... closest to where I could get the hotel's wi-fi signal, and sat and wrote the email and chatted to some friends. I don't know exactly my motivations behind doing this. I think it was because he was so friendly and smiley but also possibly because he was a tad bit cute. It had not occurred to me that I had just asked someone out on Valentines Day. Anyway we met on a corner and sat in a cafe and both ordered hot chocolates. I was SUPER disappointed. We were in a restaurant and ...
... sideways to the wall and suddenly noticed the high vaulted ceilings), costume, a wall full of ceramic tile samples…….and so it goes on. I was very taken with a costume belonging to the ‘Dead Man of Elgg’ whose body had been buried under rubble in a church for 250 years since 1640, when it was discovered the clothes were preserved – a woollen suit, leather shoes, silk cap – and are on show. It reminded me of ...