Hotel Krone Unterstrass
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Krone Unterstrass Zürich
Hotel Krone Unterstrass was a hotel located 15 minutes walk from the centre of the old town and 5 minutes by tram. The hotel was clean and comfortable and the staff were friendly. We did have some trouble getting our room when we arrived but seeing as check in was not until 2pm we could not complain too much. Rooms were not huge but not the smallest we had seen. The website did say that the rooms all had timber floors but ours still had the carpet. Overall it was a good hotel with a tram stop right out front so the distance to the old town and train station was not a problem. We would probably stay here again if in Zurich.
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... get dinner, go back to the room. Wash, rinse, repeat. Take a few pictures in between while walking. I knew it already, but my body just isn't accustomed to the heat I used to get in Alabama. It's officially adapted to a California climate and doesn't do well in the heat.
While walking and eating we did experience some great food and unusual sights along the way. One of our meals ...
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... rolls and snacks. We opted for a comfortable quick meal in the restaurant, lovely view, good food (a huge heap of marinated salmon and salad for Pete, yummy leek and potato soup for me). Then it was 3.15 and time to meet for the train and the journey was reversed, this time we were on the other side of the train so had better views down the valleys, the views up and down are really amazing. There was a fair amount of sleep amongst ...
... top of the Sphinx. The sphinx is a high-perched lookout spot and weather research facility. They don’t let you see any of the cool science stuff, but you are distracted by the breathtaking views of the Aletsch Glacier, Europe’s longest glacier, and the surrounding Alpine peaks with the world below. The temperature outside here was negative 2.8 degrees Celsius. We took about 8,000 pictures then returned down into the mountain to pass through ...
... closed. So we decided to just drive on to our hotel destination, Lucerne and see it today instead of tomorrow. Lucerne is much more of a regular city and much fewer tourists so we really liked that. It is a pretty city with the older part of the city dating back into the 1500's. There are two long, covered wood bridges that cross the river to a shopping area with dozens of restaurants out along ...