Hotel Helmhaus

Schifflaende 30, Zürich, Zürich, 8001, Switzerland | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located in the Kreis 1 area of Zürich, is near Church of Our Lady (Fraumunster), Great Church (Grossmunster), Helmhaus, and Zunfthaus Zur Meisen.
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    Travel Blogs from Zürich

    Zu-RICH

    A travel blog entry by nicash07 on Aug 20, 2014

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    We decided to stop by Switzerland on our way to the beginning of the Camino in Spain. We have heard it's pretty and it's famous for its cheese and chocolate. Couldn't be a poor decision right? Wrong! We got off the bus and headed to a Starbucks for wifi. Found out that every campsite was mega expensive but cheap in comparison to hostels and hotels. Camping it was. Switzerland uses Swiss Francs. So again we had to convert ...

    The innocent days of leaving your doors unlocked

    A travel blog entry by groovyseri411 on Feb 13, 14

    ... I guess she didnt even lock her doors. My mom and dad never locked the doors to the home in 1966.did anyone? In reality, I remember if they recommended we start locking the entranceway. No body could find the important thing so we simply forgot about it.
    Whilst doing some research on 1873, I then found out that in 1872 Bill Linkhaw performed so badly his church took him to court for disturbing the peace. They joined the ...

    Some Great Benefits Of Social Networking Marketing

    A travel blog entry by promoteyou165 on Jan 17, 14

    ... character. Every Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn update (etc) must become the beginning of a dialogue so be chatty, informative and perhaps humorous to capture interest. Keep in mind the 'social' in social media, remain away from income copy and rather, focus on developing relationships and sparking new customer opportunities. A great process would be to ask fascinating questions and try conversations, helping you to acquire new ...

    Schnitzel for Pete

    A travel blog entry by laceys.log on Oct 15, 2013

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    ... Pete was asleep………… It was a very slick departure, the train was full, very comfortable and we actually had a proper window this time. Plenty of baggage storage too, though I understand there’s a lot of stealing goes on with people just walking off the trains at a stop and they pick up a random bag from the baggage shelves at the end of the carriage and that’s that. Pot luck. The train was high speed TGV, just ...

    Like Clockwork

    A travel blog entry by rachnits on Jul 01, 2012

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    After Munich I took the train west, through Austria, to Zurich. Matthias, who I studied Spanish with for a month in Guatemala, lives there and offered to put me up while I was looking around Switzerland. He has lived in Japan too so we have a lot in common. He's an engineer and oh so Swiss. We used to go to salsa nights in Xela and you could see him counting out each step.

    Straight off the train silly me didn’t realise I had to use Swiss Francs ...