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- Conference facilities
- Multilingual staff
- Non-smoking hotel
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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We arrived in Zurich at around 7:30am on Dec 18 after a 12 hour flight from Bangkok. We all slept well, not surprisingly as we were all exhausted. Mum moved to the vacant exit seat directly in front of her and let Georgia have the 2 seats and she slept most of the trip. Dad and Ryan slept soundly in the row behind her. A short cab ride from Zurich to Wallisellen in a large taxi. We got the keys ...
Day of train travel from Paris to Basle and then onto Lucerne. Even travelling at 315kph it still took over 4 hours. We left Paris in rain and we arrived in Lucerne in Thunderstorms! The only improvement is that it is warmer here (20 odd). Although that said it was snowing in the mountains today. Whilst we ...
... kitchen shop. To say we were like kids in a candy store is an understatement as well as being a sad indictment for our lives. In we went and marvelled at the selection of whitegoods before us. After beaver explained for whom and where she worked we had free reign of the store, taking photos and stroking various appliances, that is until the salesman explained that they were closing for lunch! Only in ...
I really surprised myself with how much I wrote about Basel...and I'm going to equally surprise myself with how little I'll write about Zurich. In fairness, I was having such a good time in Basel that I arrived late afternoon to Zurich, thus most of the attractions were closed by that time. Knowing I was spending the next day in Liechtenstein, I realized I only had two nights ...
... an assortment of Swiss fruits and veggies in the hot sun. We then made our way to the lion monument. We had read a little bit about it, but were not prepared at all for the emotional impact it had. Apparently, the Swiss were known for sending mercenaries to help other countries (this eventually became illegal) and during the French rebellion over 700 Swiss mercenaries were killed trying to protect the French king and his family (who ...