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- TV Channel One Russia
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Pets allowed
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... It was exciting to travel through Switzerland, the most scenic European country so far.
Once in Zurich we needed to source wifi to be able to get hold of Erin. That took awhile. It was hot and stuffy in the station so i wandered through the levels below. I found an ATM and somewhere to buy less expensive food. Thankfully Erin arrived quite soon. She helped us get a 24 hour innercity transport pass. We walked with her to ...
... of Switzerland....Swiss ice cream and coffee. To be served in an airplane, this strawberry ice cream is really, really good. After that its a Swiss chocolate..mmmm. As we near Zurich, we fly over the Alps. What an impressive mountain range with snow caps that look so high you could reach out of the plane and touch them.
Landing and getting to the hotel is a bit of a struggle. We ask information where ...
... transport is fantastic. There is a train, tram, bus and boat network with frequent services to get you around the city and beyond. Half of us took the train and bus home and the other half drove. Those of us on public transport made it home first! Now, I quickly discovered just how great European toys are. Benjamin and Nicholas had a great collection and us kids didn't want to leave the house. Our friends live in a newly built modern apartment (most people live in an ...
... what happened but I didn't want to do that until we had confirmation. I won the argument and we made a detour to the airport to get online. We needed a SIM card here too, but being at the airport they were a little easier to come by than at Maccas. As I suspected our booking still hadn't been confirmed and now it was getting late. Matt's jokes about sleeping at the airport weren't helping either. We ended up finding a place about 25mins out of the city centre and it ...
Today we went to a castle that's been standing since the 1100's. Everything was in German so I couldn't read anything. Luckily my dad translated most of it to me. This castle was a small one so no one bothered to take it. In the end some one tried to capture it but failed. They knew that was going to ...