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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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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 ...
... two wooden bridges, (originally built in 14th century) spanning the river and linking the two sides of the town. This part of the old town is picture postcard Switzerland with lake, mountain and bridge. Lake Lucerne is quite scenic with lots of towns dotted along the shoreline with the snow capped mountains providing more photographic opportunities, which we took advantage of. A boat on the ...
... merry go round and we look for a place to have a coffee/drink and stumble into a square full of restaurants. It's lunch time and packed, we struggle to find a seat but eventually find a table in a pizzeria. The pizza's look fantastic as they wizz past us heading towards other tables, so we order a few and decide to have lunch as well. After lunch we do a little shopping nearby and then jump on the freeway and head towards our next ...
... smart enough to know better. Duh.
The staff fall all over themselves to help you here. What a change from Italy and France. I felt special, like they actually cared that we were comfortable and taken care of. I guess with about 70% of the workforce in the service industry they take this job very seriously. I am happy they do and it was a nice shift and overdue.
We had all our information gathered and set out on our day. We did see the fog, really we did. ...