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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... was open! We walked to the train station, and got snacks there. With still 2 hours until our train came, we decided to sit at the Starbucks across the street and hang out. At 7:45pm, we went back to the train station to get our bags and board the train. As we boarded the train, none of our beds were in the same cart! We all were separated!! Uncomfortable and not sure how to use a sleep train, we parted our ways. ...
... go from more suburban to urban.
Once we arrived at the train station we dropped our luggage in a locker and set out to explore. We wandered along the Limmat river towards Lake Zurich, admiring all the old buildings. It was very quiet, not many people out and about.
After a while we found ourselves back near the train station and spotted a little building with a sign for dim sum. Had to try it, everything was different than we're used to but still good. More ...
... we got on another bus that took us to the airport building. It was extremely dreary and pouring rain, so it was difficult to see how beautiful the city actually was. This includes extreme jet lag and no sleep.<br style="line-height: 15.8599996566772px;"> <br style="line-height: 15.8599996566772px;">Once we got off the bus and stepped into the extremely small airport, we went to baggage claim. We picked up our bags from the conveyor-belt very easily, it didn't take long at all ...
... name brand shops in our little area but the narrow streets lined with more boutique purveyors was much nicer in our opinion and we enjoyed looking around a bit as the afternoon wore on. Bree decided to be brave and made an appointment for a haircut that evening so we dinked around a bit more until the time came and I headed to the hotel while she went for a trim. Despite a pretty bad language barrier (or so she says), Bree came back looking beautiful as ever so I wasted ...
... br> waitress at a restaurant we frequented. After a few shots of soju one night, when the table cleared and the night’s mingling began, she surprised me by abruptly asking if anything she had learned about the Korean War was true.
Following her lead tone of ambiguity, I told her that if she knew enough to ask the question, surely she knew the answer. Nodding in acknowledgement she added, “We’ve been serving foreigners for five years. We ...