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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... 14 hrs!We all have 'fond' memories of the little cherub having a cry, followed by a coughing fit then only one thing can follow this repertoire-yep, the vom! The smell of which wafted throughout the cabin. Truly delightful!
After a quick stop over, we hesitantly boarded flight number three to London. Much better! In no time at all we found ourselves hopping on the first of our numerous tube trips to and checking into our hotel which brings us to day one in London.
I got back to Zurich at 4:00pm & following Ian’s instructions got the number two tram to Zypressen where I found the Olympia Hotel almost immediately & booked in. Had a small rest & walked two stops to Letzigraben with the plan to meet Ian who had to work meeting ...
... We would like to stay here but Zurich has just been rated the most expensive city in the world and our scouting for accommodation showed that to be the case being some 100francs more expensive than Basel - so Basel overnight it will be. We have our sweets on the Zurich lake front, Betsy was in charge of the carriage and had been swinging the bag around and rather than us having individual sweets we end up with mixed desserts! Camille finds ...
... of 'The Chapel Bridge', the water tower, the Lion Monument & the railway station.
This place deserves much more time and hence we decided to uncheck the destination for a later visit.
It was time to head to Zurich and wander around the city for couple of hours and then fly back home.
In all the trip was a great success of meeting my old friend and eating lots of chocolates and cheese.
We will come back, oh beautiful Swiss:)
... get settled for a bit, and then we chowed down on some scrumptious Swiss cooking. After dinner, we hung around the house for a bit until we celebrated my birthday. We cracked open a bottle of Champagne and Bea brought out a flaming (with all 21 candles), decadent looking (and tasting) chocolate birthday cake. I opened some presents from my dad and the Cozzio's, then acquiring appropriate cold weather clothes. In all, being able to celebrate my 21st birthday ...