Comfort Hotel Royal Zurich
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... it's close to the size of LAX, but LAX is nowhere as clean as this one. Very impressive. Once in the air, Elisa gets to experience what it is like to be on a plane where she doesn't understand the language. Up until this point, we have been in Spain and Italy and those languages are both derived from Latin and very similar. Similar to the point she is able to understand and converse enough to get us thru ...
... ups opted for the cruise option that took us directly over the river. From there, you can walk down to another rocky outcrop that allows photos to be taken that are closer to all the action. The track up the hill from the boat wasn't really stroller friendly.
As it was nap time, both Abigail and Nicky fell asleep in their strollers and thus missed the chance to get up close to the falls. Daddy advised us big boys to be careful as we made our way to the ...
... upon by some of the tourist crowd that constitued the final dozen. The wifi won't work, possibly having signed in originally on the annex one; no matter.
Made a rough calculation of northern and southern expenses, confirming the impression the north was appreciably more expensive [29,000R+] compared to the south [21,000R+]. Meals, restaurant beers or bottle shops were all cheaper in the south.
Got my luggage from storage. There was a wrapped ...
... about 2 hours up there and went on each of 3 walks. Two went up to two slightly taller peaks - about 10-15 minutes of stairs. The third little hike took us along the edge of one of the peaks where you could look down into the valley below. Once again very spectacular. After all that we boarded the cog rail for our descent. The steepest cog rail (48%) in Europe. That was about 45 minutes and delivered us to the ferry terminal where ...
... We were parked on what we thought was the right street but our street number didn't seem to exist. I lost count of how many times Matt walked up and down the street (and I mean literally up and down!) in the rain while I kept nice and cosy in the car. Eventually Matt came back to the car and looked up the address on the GPS again. It turned out we had entered the address slightly incorrectly and there was another street with the same name just around the ...