Seestrasse Apartments Drei Konige
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... best part of 2.5 hours. It also included catching a cog wheel train up to Dolder, a very wealthy and pretty location in the mountains which looks down on Zurich city. In the afternoon, we had a wander and a necessary shopping excursion as we're doing a glacier panorama day tour tomorrow and were recommended by the tourist office to have much warmer clothing than we were wearing. We managed to find a C&A store which fulfilled our jacket and ...
... salat with beer, and avoided most of the rain. It actually dried up and the sun shone after 4:30 so we found a patio and enjoyed a very expensive coffee.....5 Fr each.the old town is pretty...lots of narrow cobblestone streets with old mullioned glass windows and flower boxes. Lots of wonderful patios...if the weather improved it would be great.. Came back to the hotel and had a beer while we watched the European Cup final between Seville and ...
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With a copy from an old atlas of this region of Switzerland and MamaD as co-pilot we limped our way towards the Schaefer household and were VERY surprised to arrive with just a small delay. Thankfully the roads and villages are well-marked with signs and at several intersections I got out to read out all four directions. However, I wasn't kidding about the size of the roads. It was quite ...
Early starts, late nights but so much to see along the way. Since the last post we have seen Brussels and its amazing Guildhouses (the buildings each of the trade groups built eg the brewers). They are amazingly beautiful with wonderful decorations including their gabled roof lines and are often decorated with gold leaf. The Town Halls are pretty impressive As was the small statue of the Manneken Pis (basically small Boy peeing!) The town square or. Grand Place as it is called is ...