Comfort Hotel Royal Zurich
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Business Services
- Pets allowed
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... to the mountains were patchwork-patterned fields that were lightly dusted with snow. It was actually quite similar to how I had imagined, with the cold and snowy climate, mountains and fields but I decided from there on out that I definitely wanted to visit there (more than just the airport for one afternoon).
We landed at Zurich around 10:50am and went to find food and a bathroom. We jumped off of the plane and ran inside- and it was crazy. The only word that I can really use ...
... little towns along the way for a few more pictures of the lake and then made our way through a bit of Geneva’s wine country as we got closer to the big city.
Arriving in Geneva we made our way to our hotel which was located right by the United Nations building and only a few blocks from the shores of the lake. After checking we headed out in a slight drizzle to check out the old town area which was much more charming than the high-rises and ...
... for desert! I was able to fall asleep for a bit, and when I woke up they were feeding us breakfast! A delicious croissant with yogurt and orange juice! Before we landed, they handed out everyone a Swiss chocolate! The airport was very cool. I did have to wait about 30 minutes for them to assign my next plane a gate, and then they ended up changing the gate on us, but I boarded my plane on time and was off to ...
... the most horrible if diseases the plague. Not only did Zwingli contract the plague himself, but one third of Zurich actually died of the plague. Zwingli was not ordained to succumb to such a fate. He would live out the rest of his days as a man fully committed to the authority of the Word of God and the beautiful story grace. May I hold firmly to the simple ...
... t know how the people who went right onto the plateau did it, I really felt I’d get blown away and I’m no lightweight! Pete didn’t bother, he just looked on. We were so lucky with the weather though, a bit of cloud and blue sky made it really all worthwhile.
Being a tourist place there are a couple of shops, a nice restaurant overlooking the glacier, an Indian buffet which looked very crowded, and a small souvenir ...