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... The train from Lucerne took us to the Zurich airport and we bought a day-pass there for the tram. This allowed us to get to our hotel and, once we had checked in and stashed our backpacks, also get to downtown Zurich which included the older part of the city.
Similar to Lucerne, we were somewhat tired of sightseeing and visiting churches so, after having lunch, the kids took off to do some shopping while I meandered and took photos. It was nice to ...
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... forever!! It was then off to the duty free shops for the traditional two bottles of ouzo but the mongrels wanted to charge for using a credit card just as well Mary had a Hawaii in her purse. We did not make our usual charge when the call to board was made. Big mistake, by the time we got to our seats most of the overhead room space was taken so we had to do a bit of duck shuffling, worked out ok. Hammy wanted to swap seats with us so ...
... how wet windy and cold it was up top. We ran into three French Canadians there who we had met yesterday on the tour, so we walked back into town with them and had a good old chat. Exhausted we headed back to the hostel for a shower, even tho we had been poured on by the rain, cooked some dinner and relaxed. We ended up buying a Swiss Army knife each as the hostel has the best deals on them and they are probably the most reasonably priced things in Switzerland! (A lot cheaper than ...
... back to the 13C.
we discovered a park high above the town giving great views of the city and river. ..it was in this park that Zurich citizens swore their oath to the Swiss constitution in 1798.
We went into the Fraumunster Abbey founded in 853 by German nobles.
The GROSSMUNSTER Church was completed in 1220
Market squares and public bathing facilities in the heart of the city make for an interesting place.