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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... and all included, from wine and beer to smarties, ha ha ha. We then headed out for a lovely walk along the river to the main city centre which looks great, we stopped for dinner, then more walking before we headed back to the hotel, full of food and very tired. Tomorrow can't wait to explore more. The pictures attached are a little dirty looking as it was through the train window the others are in Zurich town ...
... was a fair bit of Swiss chocolate consumption happening too! The next day Dietrich and Veronika took me on a sight seeing day through the nearby country of Liechtenstein. Liechtenstein is the 6th smaller country in the world but despite being so small it is the richest German-speaking country and the only country to lie entirely in the Alps. The country has a strong financial sector located in the capital, Vaduz, and has been identified as a tax haven. The country is beautiful but ...
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... very used to visitors and actually seem to pose just for you, like they know. Others, like the gorillas, demand a treat with their hand, hiding their faces from the camera. A great way to spend to the afternoon before heading back to Lucerne.
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... up spending two hours in a four-story toy store. Needless to say toys were bought, but they were at least small.
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