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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... unlike many European cities, Zurich never suffered a major fire. For lunch I went to Swiss Chalet in Zurich. I had Schlemmerpfanne, which is a 6oz cheese gratinated beef tenerloin, house made spatzle, with mushroom sauce and winter vegetables. It was very good except for the mushroom sauce, becasue I don't like mushrooms. For desser I had coup denmark, which is vanilla ice cream served with ...
... and the discrepancy between the extravagant outside and minimalistic inside can be accounted for by the fact that after the Reformation, many of the religious statuary, and the organ, were removed from the inside of the church.
*disclaimer - unfortunately, photography inside Grossmuenster was prohibited
Close to the dead center of Zurich is the Zwingli Statue, which is a statue in honor of the aforementioned Ulrich Zwingli. It was erected ...
... and dust as the helicopter hovered right above. Later we would learn that this was actually the largest Christmas tree in Switzerland, a tradition that the town keeps up year after year. It was quite the sight ad certainly helped us start to get in the holiday spirit as we set off for our next stop, Vaduz!
Also on the way to Interlaken (kind of) was the tiny country of Lichtenstein and it’s capital city of Vaduz. Really this was all part of our plan ...
... replaced by vineyards and limestone cliffs, and the land looked more like an Italian coastline than the Swiss Alps. We found our hotel easily enough, and after we settled in it was dinner time so we headed into town for pizza and salad, and planned our next day's adventures. Our first day in Vevey was a quite one. We got up late, had breakfast at the hotel and wandered into town. We explored a local market and different shops around the main town centre. Before ...
... found on the Zyt tower chiming one minute before all of the other clocks in Lucerne. It was built in 1535; the pendulum is 9 meters long! It was hard work climbing those stairs especially with short legs like mine! Coming down also not for the faint hearted! However the views from the top are breathtaking and I'm very pleased I did it. I also walked over a bridge that has the Wasserturm Water Tower built in ca 1300 as part of the city wall to serve as holder ...