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... double glazed everything but with outdoors shutters - don't quite understand that yet as every time you want to open/shut them you have to open the window in negative degree temperatures! We were greeted with a plate of Swiss cheeses and lots of red wine. Boris introduced us to Raclette, a swiss favourite - basically thick melted cheese (Boris has his own mini Raclette machine) - the cheese is usually placed over hot potatoes or bread, or in Boris' case, just straight ...
... wheat bun with a white sauce and cut up red peppers) and continued making our way to the lake. Zurich isn't a huge city by any means, there are no tall buildings and it seems as though the majority of businesses are located outside of the downtown area. The skyline along the lakefront is filled with old Swiss homes and steeples from the three major churches, two Protestant and one Catholic. There are a ton of restaurants, cafes, shops and as we found a variety of ...
... the window and felt like you were apart of a Disney movie set. The area has bright yellow and blue buildings with rapunzel towers galore. I was waiting for Aladdin to fly past on his magic carpet! Shane and Yorg (Berlin) had advised us that Zurich was super expensive to buy anything and boy were they not wrong. A hot dog was about 5 Swiss frank and a Big Mac, on its own, equalled to about 18 aud. Lucky for us we stocked up on muesli bars, fruit and snacks from ...
... is packed with tourists.
After an hour & a bit, we head back on the Cabrio, & hook up with the Funicular to return to ground level & our waiting bus. The drive back to our hotel doesn’t take as long as we expected and we arrive there just after 3:30pm, for a rest before freshening up ready to travel to a local restaurant for our group’s "Farewell Dinner".
In the morning the Tour officially ends with the bus taking us back to ...
... photos from Bath...sorry, left cable at hotel, so can't download current photos (of Alps, cows, bells, meadow and forest) today.. However the Baths ones should suffice for the moment...It was "eye candy"...not sure if that's appropriate, but what a beautiful city!
I can't believe how many people smoke here...and then they just throw their butts where they are...