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... that our are better). The most delicious wrap that many of us had instead of brats was a Kebap (actually Turkish) with lamb, veal, veggies and a great sauce.
Final stop - University of Zurich, famous for being the school attending by Einstein. Again, outstanding architecture but we thoroughly enjoyed the large deck/patio that allowed us a view of the ...
We landed in Zurich just after 6:30am which was 4:30pm in Australia. I had barely slept and felt horrible. It took forever but we finally got off the plane to see that it was snowing. It was amazing. We all kept together as a group and made our way to find immigration and baggage claim. To get there we had to catch a train. We went throughout immigration then after waiting forever to see our bags we finally made our way out of ...
... huge airport and we caught a train between terminals. We checked in and everything was going well, the next flight was more cramped but I managed to sleep for most of the 13 hours. We finally arrived in Zurich and the blast of cold air quickly woke me up, I love the feeling when you first step off a plane and feel the different climate.
We got straight through security and went to collect our bags, and they weren't ...
... the molten cheese over the meat and veggies and then eat it. Repeating with a new slice of cheese as required. We've had fondue before but never raclette and loved every single tasty bite and actually prefer raclette because we didn't walk away from dinner uncomfortably full of molten cheese as you do with fondue. Jus wants to go back there on Sunday night straight after the tour so we'll book for that night, we nearly didn't get a table last night. Xoxo A & ...
... with venison in it. Also they do fondues – of course, being Switzerland. I even had two glasses of Prosecco which isn’t like me, and the food was great. The waitress, Theresa, was a good sort, not chatty but very pleasant, and the young maître d’ was a tall handsome young man with a look of Prince William about him – he had a very nice manner with the customers and the staff alike. It was interesting just to sit and ...