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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... previously. Call me sheltered, but it was actually my first fondue meal I've ever had! I guess Switzerland is the perfect place to have fondue, considering how tasty and famous Swiss cheese is. When we finished dinner, we decided to head to one of Pat's favorite Irish pubs in downtown Zurich. We grabbed a few beers and hung out for a bit before heading back to our hotel for the evening.
Saturday morning we woke up and grabbed breakfast at ...
... Canadians! We hung around to get our boarding passes for the next day, but to no avail. So we caught a taxi to the Park Inn by Radison, which we booked just the day before through, should I say it, booking.com! It was ok with small rooms but close to airport. We had a little rest, ate some Big Macs at the next door MacDonalds for $28.US & walked to a nearby train station to go explore downtown Zurich. (After a nice ...
... of stairs to reach our room at the hostel. Seriously, what is with all these stairs in Europe? Will someone build an elevator please??? Our room was actually quite nice, although it did look like it was still under construction as there were wires and plugs hanging out of the ceiling and walls. It was close to 9pm, and we were really wanting dinner now. Before heading out, we all kicked our shoes off and swapped them for a good ol' pair of thongs, and changed ...
... was a fair bit of Swiss chocolate consumption happening too! The next day Dietrich and Veronika took me on a sight seeing day through the nearby country of Liechtenstein. Liechtenstein is the 6th smaller country in the world but despite being so small it is the richest German-speaking country and the only country to lie entirely in the Alps. The country has a strong financial sector located in the capital, Vaduz, and has been identified as a tax haven. The country is beautiful but ...
With a mix of sadness and joy, we said au revoir to Paris yesterday and had our final croissant and café. The best part about the train journey to Switzerland was watching the changing landscape as we passed through eastern France. Every now and then, the countryside was dotted romantically with little villages. We knew we were in for a treat when we started to see the mountains emerge in the distance. The way to our hostel (called ...