Claridge Hotel Zurich
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- Shuttle bus service
- Breakfast Available
- High-speed internet in room
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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Days of travel across distances at modern speeds become a blur of tiny anecdotes and waiting, of being taken, of being nowhere, until the end. And at the end, we are in Jerusalem.
The anecdotes of scene and people: We flew on Swiss, and it reminded us of airplane trips long past: enough space between seats to breathe and stretch, small meals in small containers with small utensils, struggling to taste real. But, to me, it still felt ...
... were able to finally get seats going in a forward direction #woohoo! As we left France and entered Switzerland, it wasn't long until we notice light snow on the hills, and then on homes. So we must be heading in the right direction, for cold temperatures and hopefully snow. We arrive in Zurich, first thing we wanna do in buy the Zurich Card, so it will pay for all our train travelling. We wait in line for 15mins to purchase the Zurich Card and the train tickets ...
... siting or stamping was required, just willkommen in Schweiz (welcome to Switzerland) and please don't forget your belongings. Shot out of the tunnel like a bullet, the scenery started to change, lush and inviting green pastures feeding goats and sheep and autumnal tones were more noticeable as we rushed closer to the cooler temperatures. The city drew nearer with industrial buildings and hillsides matted with homes. Welcoming us are generally ...
The flight was uneventful (thankfully). Though on our minds was whether our Pino had had an uneventful journey also? As we approached the oversize baggage conveyor there were just two items. Clearly we were the only travellers brave (or foolish) enough to risk this mode of asset transfer. From a distance all looked well. As we approached we could ...
I thought the night train would be a good idea. Not sure if it was the best but it worked. When the train ride first started it was me and one other person in the 6 bed compartment. He spoke no English and what he was saying made me a little uncomfortable. I was probably just being paranoid though as so many people have had some strong reactions to me traveling abroad alone for a year. Honestly the guy was just a kid and harmless. I did think though at the ...