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... lake. This is the end of Lake Zürich and a good spot to see the city with surrounding Alps. Also it's where my family and I used to feed the swans when I was little. Nearby Coop was our favorite place to get lunch too. This time, instead of heading towards Coop we decided to stroll around the other side of the Limmat river. We took some great shots of Grossmünster and Fraumünster the ...
At the risk of sounding like a broken record we quickly realized that our time in Switzerland may be full of “sleepy” towns since we were visiting very much in the off season. With that being said it does allow you to see these places without tons of other tourists milling about so we can’t complain. After a quick walk around we found our restaurant for the evening…a Mexican place of all things that got rave reviews online so we ...
... get to our next spot a young local stopped asked if we needed help and
recommended we go to Uetilberg, Zurich’s take off of the Eiffel Tower. It was about a 30 minute train ride again
quite spectacular views especially from the top of the tower, Kevin was the
only one too climb the many steps and the only reason he did it because it was
free. Then it was back into the city to
see more sights. Bahnhofstrasse – ...
... hot milk in a cup and a PACKET of POWDERED HOT CHOCOLATE which you're meant to mix together yourself! I'm sure even Australia doesn't do this! And this was Switzerland, where chocolate is meant to be good! I was shocked. Anyway we sat and talked and it came to my attention, that this guy seemed to really like me. 'Oh-oh,' I thought. He would hold my hands because they were cold or place his hand behind my back at times, kissed my cheek a few times, and just always look at me ...
... preserved clothing recovered in the bogs in Ireland which we saw in Dublin, they were several hundreds of years old too. There was a big display of church statues which I was surprised to see were hollowed out at the back so from the front they looked solid, retaining faded paint, and at the back they looked like a hollowed out tree trunk. I loved the statues on horseback (or donkey) on wheels which I’m guessing were to be pulled along ...