BEST WESTERN Hotel Wartmann
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... on Dutch art of the 17th century with historical paintings of biblical scenes, portraits, everyday scenes, landscapes, and still life. In 1998 the miniature portrait collection Emil S.Kern was donated to the City of Winterthur. More than 500 works provided an overview of the European art of portraiture from 16th to 19th century.
After a long day of touring museums I decided to go back to Winterthur, eat dinner, and go to bed. ...
... you automatically feel adorable. Tram. See? Adorable. I believe I've mentioned my lack of approval towards taking foreign city transit, but the tram in Zurich is an exception to this. Karliana and I must have had really stupid 'thinking' facial expressions because as we had just decided that the next stop would be ours (fingers crossed), a cute old lady asked if we were going to the youth hostel and gave us directions. We were so grateful for the ...
... the longest single stretch of the whole trip: officially 4,677 miles in 10 hours 35 mins, but I couldn’t fault the service and amenities provided on the Delta Airlines Boeing 767. The guy sitting next to me just grunted when I said “Hi fatso, how’s it hanging?” (or some similar friendly greeting), so it was videos, music, dinner/snacks and drinks all the way to Atlanta. Ah, ...
... want to bother with wresting our suitcases on and off buses. The airport was full of people, some with musical instruments and several pieces of luggage. We checked in via the auto-machines but Ian and I could not get seats next to each other. I asked at the desk but they said the plane was full and that we probably would not be able. However, I was lucky enough to get a seat in the emergency isle so had plenty of leg room. The ...
... ticket to the stop where the hotel was located and rode to Oerlikon. It was in the low 50s F (about 10-11 C) when I left the train. The hotel was within walking distance, so once I got oriented I pulled my suitcase and computer bag for about two blocks and entered the lobby. It was 10:30 by this time, and no rooms were ready. They wouldn’t be until early afternoon.
I checked my bags at the desk, took ...