BEST WESTERN Hotel Zurcherhof
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... We couldn't go inside, so admired from the outside and wandered around the edge. On the opposite side of the river is the church at St Peterskirke, which has the largest clock face in Europe. Around here are all the narrow, winding streets, with cute little shops and cafés, covered in Swiss flags. However being a Sunday, most were closed, which was a shame. We spent a while wandering around and getting lost in the maze of streets. Apparently the cafe to try out ...
... There were also certain things he said that just made me think, 'um..' We exchanged numbers for whatsapp and attempted to take a photo together but it turned out terribly. I asked about what it was like to live in Zürich and spoke of some far fledged idea I have to raise my kids here so that they become multilingual. He has done a lot of travelling and had backpacked all around Australia many, many years ago. Early 2000 in fact. When I was just starting high school. So he is ...
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... House’s 2013 Freedom of the World Report, North Korea is
ranked among the very least free countries in the entire world. Over the past half-decade, the country has detained a handful of foreigners, and it continues to brazenly and publicly threaten and provoke its adversaries.
The take: The political climate and flavor-of-the-month regime rhetoric has very little affect on tourism. No detainees have been first-time tourists with legal visas, and ...
... back to the 13C.
we discovered a park high above the town giving great views of the city and river. ..it was in this park that Zurich citizens swore their oath to the Swiss constitution in 1798.
We went into the Fraumunster Abbey founded in 853 by German nobles.
The GROSSMUNSTER Church was completed in 1220
Market squares and public bathing facilities in the heart of the city make for an interesting place.