Hotel Banana City
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Today is the first day of my Switzerland Adventure! Not only an I excited to see the beautiful country, I also get so see my Swiss family. I am ready for a long day and a half of travel with my water, snacks, music, and a great book to read.
I had to bring shorts, tank tops, one sweatshirt, one pair of pants. Items for ...
... with more kit on tomorrow. Zurich seems a strange city full of red lights and traffic. The Raven weaves his way from one end to the other, however, and we get to Winterthur by about half six. Fortunately it doesn't take long to find the hotel we've sensibly booked beforehand. It has a gym and sauna which Guy uses while Hilli has a nice long hot shower and relaxes. We decide to stay put in the hotel and not venture out. Dinner is very pleasant and we get an early ...
... just give you a bite sized piece but we got a huge slice each, we did feel a bit dewy since the place was lovely and had some quite classy bankers in for lunch, luckily they had a takeaway end. Both feeling exhausted after not much sleep we headed back to the hostel to check in and have a rest. But turns out we managed to get talking to the Canadian couple heather and Chris for hours before realising it was dinner time, so off they went for dinner and we went to cook. We then ...
... windows designed by Marc Chagall. The church was built with money from mad King Ludwig. Europe Is really dog friendly, there was even a dog in this church. We explored the really old part of the city. I mean old. Streets were made of cobblestones and it was twisty. We started the day and ended the day at Lake Zürich where there were tons of ducks and swans. A lot of people live there because it's a big open space and many people here don't have ...