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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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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 ...
... is SUCTION PACKED. This is picture worthy. I will provide one for the next entry. Then of course that one piece of chicken is 8 francs and that one piece of steak 25 francs. Butchers are even more expensive *sigh*
- Stores: Open till 6:30pm Mon-Tes-Wed, Sat will 4pm, Sunday all closed!! Thurs and Friday are the only days where they are open till 9pm. Not very convenient :0(
- Recycling: This is a good thing, ...
... photos you can see a snout and tail in the outline of the carving. I was very impressed with the carving, it was much larger and more detailed that I thought it would be. Then we walked to get a rusti, which is similar to hash browns with bacon, cheese, and an egg on the top. It was very good, although everything in Lucerne was very expensive. Then we walked around and looked in the shops with Kelly and Charlene for the ...
... delicious Strawberries. We also saw the dying lion carved into a cliff (the Lion Monument, or L÷wendenkmal). The carving commemorates the hundreds of Swiss Guards who were massacred in 1792 during the French Revolution,when the mob stormed
the Tuileries Palace in Paris.
Well thats all for now hugs and kisses from Carole Betty and Neil