Hotel Restaurant Guggital
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Late breakfast. Followed by visit to the national Swiss museum. Visit with Zurich card makes it free. Spent 2 hours plus. Had lunch at Grand Café Motta Limatquaai. Then took tram (free by card) to cafe Springuly for coffee, chocolate drink and macrons. Then took tram to Fine Arts museum for a visit. Nice. Spent until 5pm. Took tram back to Paradeplatz to see Manor. Bought swimwear for Lakssmitha. Then to Limmatquai at 82, to ...
... the buildings are wooden chalets with slate roofs to keep the snow off. This picturesque village even has a blue-grey coloured stream running mountain water though the village. The whole village smells of fireplaces and crisp snow air. When you think of what a mountain village in the Swiss alps should be like, this is it.
All year around people ski Zermatt's Matterhorn mountain /glacier which is 14,690 ft high. It's the end of summer, a chilly 10deg, and ...
wow, exactly one week and i'll be sitting on a plane to mexico city...seven days to spend with my friends and family and also to enjoy winter;) not a clue what awaits me in mexico when i step out the plane...a mega city, a new job and hopefully a year full of surprises and adventures! i'll keep you posted!
... in Switzerland – which like most of the rest of Europe was hardly a happy story. Through many periods Jews were used a scapegoats by the general population. We were not allowed to live in the same neighborhoods as Christians, and were often bared from most forms of commerce. During the Second World War, much of Switzerland sympathized with the Nazis and Jews were not officially recognized as refugees.
The Swiss political system is interesting as well. They have ...
... in early 2011, an
enthusiastic trekker who had spent time in Nepal and frequently
climbs in the Swiss Alps with her family and friends. We had
arranged our stay here to suit Claudia, home after volunteer work on
a project in the mountains prior to beginning her studies in
Then home to her place to meet her parents and sister. They live on
a small farm - about 10 ...