Small Luxury Hotel Ambassador a l'Opera
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- Minbar in room
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Smoking rooms available
- Russian TV Channels Available
- TV Other Russia
- TV RTR Planeta Russia
- TV Channel One Russia
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... fun fact - on the field next to us practicing was their women's soccer team. Four of the players were World Cup players and at the most recent World Cup, one player (pictured 2nd from left) had a hat trick (3 goals). They graciously allowed me to take a picture of them.
A great end to our visit in Zurich - early morning bus takes us to Neuschwanstein Castle followed by a trip to Munich with dinner at the Hofbrauhaus.
... The computer idea was a bust, so we waited it out until Florence. We went downstairs and sat on the floor of the airport, in between two doorways, deleting pictures off of our phones to make room for new ones.
After about a half hour, we boarded the plane in Switzerland for Florence. We went through the gate to a shuttle bus, that took us straight up to the airplane. When we got off the bus, we walked up a small tunnel covering stairs from the snow that lead right to the door ...
... was a very nice gentleman working there who helped us navigate the proper boxes and forms to use and we were out of there in no time, crossing our fingers that we had done everything correctly so they make it home ok. So with that out of the way it was time for some lunch as we explored Zurich a bit.
Bree had read in one of the guidebooks that a little café somewhere in the “new” part of town was supposed to be famous for their sandwiches and ...
... and I got a big sausage with onion sauce and a rosti. The rosti was delicious!! Bradley had his with a beer and I had a yummy "lady beer" called eve, with passion fruit which was very nice. We also shared a salad, as our meals were lacking in vegetables! We were feeling rather full after lunch so needed to do a bit of walking to feel better! We also looked in a few shops to try and find something for David, who was the only one we hadn't got anything for ...
... confusing it all gets.
As decades of geopolitics have repeatedly shown, even a valiant attempt to find black or white solutions to the country’s many quandaries leaves one stranded in a gray area as wide and ambiguous as the DMZ itself.
The morality issue surrounding North Korea tourism is among these quandaries.
In an attempt to organize, or at least highlight, the ambiguity of the DPRK tourism conundrum, I’ve written, in essence, the piece ...