- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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A short drive from Luzern brought us yesterday to the Swiss transportation hub of Zurich, beautifully situated at the head of the Zurchersee, and our last stop in Switzerland. Rather than fight the city traffic and pay parking fees in excess of $130 per day (yes, the Swiss
have devised an efficient way to encourage public transport ridership), we opted to stay in a small village located on the ...
The fitbit is a tiny piece of technology that tracks the amount of movement you've had in a day. When working in a sedentary job, this can really help to monitor the amountt of physical activity you are doing and possibly challenge you to increase it! I've seen the fitbit with a little flower that grows as you increase your activity and petals that increase in numbers proportionately to the number of steps you take in a day.
If I had been wearing ...
Got up early to farewell our tour group at 7.30 and waved them off as they left for London. Had breakfast and then went back to the room for another hours sleep! Caught the courtesy bus to the airport late morning to catch the train into the city. It was still very overcast, cold and showery but not raining like the evening before. We had a bit of a sense of the layout from the night before, so headed off on foot to the Anne ...
... them or vandalized them. She asked Wolfgang who constantly avoided the question until he gave in and just said it was a mind set thing...yeah sure no one steals in the Alps. They obviously did not agree with Wolfgang in Zurich where the Zvarowski tree was surrounded by a 10 foot glass wall. On to Lucerne, a smaller, quainter version of Zurich. Liz and I are going out on the town tonight. Sherry number 2 is ...
... Entree was meat lasagne, very tasty, followed by a main course of the most tender slices of thin veal in a thin gravy with roasted potatoes and salad on the side. Although already every full we then had "grandmas cake" for dessert which was a lemon filling cake with slivers of almonds on top. Very sweet but very delicious. Complimenting the cake we were served a cup of coffee, although I only a few sips of black coffee as I was quite tired from the long ...