BEST WESTERN Hotel Wartmann
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Pets allowed
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... the car to drive into Winterthur to do some real shopping. I needed a lot of clothes because language camp was about to start and we couldn't wash clothes there. We went to H&M, Mango, a shoe shop I can’t remember the name of and various other places until I finally had enough clothes. We also went into Swisscom to try and get me a sim card for the borrowed phone. We had worked everything out. We knew what plan I was going to get, I had ...
... for about 1 hour and got a few quick photos before it got too dark. Only interruption was the ticket-guy.
I found the flying scenery quite mesmerizing. And the train was so quiet and smooth - whooshing only.
Lucerne train station: Luzern Bahnhof
What a crazy-busy place! Apparently Lucerne Railway Station is one of Switzerland's principal stations with excellent links to the rest of Switzerland via rail services.
Short taxi ride with luggage ...
Surprisingly, I have never really been to Zurich. Rob and I changed trains here in 1988 on our way to Interlaken, and I remember getting out of the train station for about 30 minutes, but that was it. Further, Zurich American Insurance Company has been my largest client since 1999, but I don't know a single person at the parent Swiss office well enough to say "Hey, let's meet for lunch or drinks." Although it is about 500,000 people ...
... all vegetarian food with the most amazing flavours. A popular concept in Switerland is to have one shop with three or four storeys with something else on each storey, a real department store. We saw some absolutely beautiful ...
... chart of languages used in Switzerland was a little off. Everything is in Deutsch, so the only pie on this chart was Zwiebelkuchen (traditional German pie). Luckily, flughäfen tend to accommodate their multicultural travelers, so we let the occasional English subtitle and pretty picture guide us to the underground railway. Twenty minutes later, we find ourselves zooming towards the Swiss Hauptbahnhof (city center) with a spirit of exploration ...