Hotel Arlette Beim Hauptbahnhof
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... 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 – ...
... Prior to you making an investment, walk in your shoes. Walk across the store somewhat, and guarantee that they feel good when you sit too. Ensure they're not rubbing against your heels. This helps cut costs and regret you will get over buying bad shoes.
Look for shoes with Velcro for younger children. This helps if your youngster cannot tie his shoes. Invest in a pair which ties simply so he could practice.
You have to select an ...
A walk down to the water front encouraged us to get on a 1.5 hour boat tour around the lake which, again, had fantastic views of the Alps. It was a great experience, even with the crazy wind outside on the boat.
They had to catch a flight, so we said our goodbyes and I went shopping to find myself a fondue pot to bring home as a nice souvenir from my incredibly memorable time in Switzerland!
... things as garnishes. Potatoes with melted cheese and pickles is also a very popular dish in Switzerland so I guess we did a pretty good job of blindly ordering off of this menu. We knew that eating out in a restaurant would be expensive here so we weren’t too shocked when our bill ended up being $100 Canadian. After lunch we walked through the bank district where we saw some very nice cars and what looked to be like very rich people. We ...
... Only s quick chat as we were leaving. Off we go again and the scenery starts to get more dramatic as the sides of the valley close in. Lots of waterfalls cascading down. Smaller farm houses and cows with the bells around their necks. Then we enter the Gottard tunnel. 16km long!!!. Traffic is regulated going in and following distance is monitored. Awesome bit of engineering. When we pop out the other side we are into German Speaking Switzerland. Here the scenery ...