Comfort Hotel Rumlang Zurich Airport
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... the other way. The second half were old wooden steps with well-worn handrails and platforms to rest on. We finally reached the top and the view was spectacular. There were four doors that you could go out of to look at the view so you got to see all aspects of Zurich. Climbing back down all the stairs was challenging and I started to notice that my legs were trembling but I had a great sense of achievement for what I had done. Poor Stephen did not know ...
... was appropriate for a verse in the song "The hills are alive with the sound of music". We soon arrived at our destination - Liechtensteig. He nearly got it right but the name ended with a G. A very simple mistake when both names are spelt almost the same. I did laugh. Liechtenstieg was a small village with not much to see so we only had a brief walk round before we decided to head to Zurich instead of back tracking 6 hours, none motorway to Liechtenstein. ...
... airport and take the hotel shuttle from there. Of course in day dreaming, I missed the airport stop and ended up out in the countryside. It was all a good thing. I got to see beautiful fields and birds chirping as I waited to return to the airport. But a bit later than I wanted to arrive back at the hotel.
Tomorrow starts the work part of the trip, so a quick sleep and here we go!
... for about 1 hour and got a few quick photos before it got too dark. Only interruption was the ticket-guy.
I found the flying scenery quite mesmerizing. And the train was so quiet and smooth - whooshing only.
Lucerne train station: Luzern Bahnhof
What a crazy-busy place! Apparently Lucerne Railway Station is one of Switzerland's principal stations with excellent links to the rest of Switzerland via rail services.
Short taxi ride with luggage ...
... the run in 31 days, it is proving pretty hard to keep the momentum going too and has presented some fresh challenges.
No Plan B
Firstly, having to do an extra 3 months training I am finding really tough. I know, I'm supposed to like running but it is a case of having to run rather than wanting to run. Keeping up the same intensity of training and committing the time is proving difficult, especially when one of the main goals (to complete in one ...