- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
- Concierge desk
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... to come through or to be spotted and snagged. Then we followed the directions on an email from Carol and went in search of a staff member from LdM. Thank God Meghan was with me, or I would've been way more nervous - there was no staff member to meet us. We went outside and stood for a couple of minutes before realizing that the taxis did not pick up in the same area that they dropped off. One girl approached us who was traveling alone and we all went to the side of the building with ...
... we fought the traffic into the main downtown area and after yet again being told to turn onto a “restricted access” road, finally ended up at our hotel. We got checked in and decided rather than mess with parking the car someplace and returning it when we were scheduled to fly out that we would just drop it at the airport right now and not have to worry about it. So after a couple of wrong turns in the pedestrian only area (mildly exciting for a few ...
We decided to stop by Switzerland on our way to the beginning of the Camino in Spain. We have heard it's pretty and it's famous for its cheese and chocolate. Couldn't be a poor decision right? Wrong! We got off the bus and headed to a Starbucks for wifi. Found out that every campsite was mega expensive but cheap in comparison to hostels and hotels. Camping it was. Switzerland uses Swiss Francs. So again we had to convert ...
... We didn't get much sleep, but at least it was an uneventful flight! We landed in Zurich around 7:20am and were ready to see Daddy! We landed, got our luggage, and waited to hear from Adam - he wasn't at the baggage claim and I didn't want to use my phone...so we waited. Finally, we received a text that he was in the parking garage. After a few minutes of figuring out which parking garage he was at, we saw him. It was great! Grace was SO excited to see ...
... glass next to the escalators. It reminded us of the game Mousetrap. I could have watched it for a long time, tracking the different mechanisms, and marveling at the engineering, but Chris was in no mood to stick around! So, wary of nearby buses, we went back to the hotel to prepare for an exciting dinner and evening of Swiss folklore. I went into the bathroom to get ready for dinner, while Chris promptly deposited himself on the bed and started to ...