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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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I really enjoyed my stay at this little, but fantastic hotel
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... rgb(55, 62, 77); font-family: Helvetica, Arial, 'lucida grande', tahoma, verdana, arial, sans-serif; font-size: 12px; line-height: 15.3599996566772px; white-space: pre-wrap; background-color: rgb(219, 237, 254);">We arrived at the airport too early to check in and thus had my final Mugg and Bean experience: a milk tart milkshake, which actually tasted jet like milk tart, and was delicious. My baggage weighed 20kg's, which was fine. Knowing that it was not a ...
... had caught my eye on the way to our dessert stop. There Ryan purchased me my birthday present, an ice watch, it's sporty and waterproof which will be great for other legs of our journey. It's beautiful, I love it and it was probably the most reasonably priced item we have purchase in Zurich. After being showered with birthday gifts we walked to the main train station to catch the tram back to our apartment. Tram service was slightly interrupted by a political protest but eventually ...
... we headed off to change some hard earned dollars into Swiss francs and we soon realised how expensive Switzerland is! A stop to the supermarket to get some lunch stuff was a shock, simple things like a packet of plain chips 150g costs around $7.50! We met for a free city walking tour which was really good, we walked around the old parts of town checking out the three iconic churches, one having the largest clock in Europe on a church tower with a diameter of 8.7m and the hour hand ...
... clothing; fined if didn't fit.
--GROSSMUNSTER CHURCH: The two towers of the Romanesque church are Zurich's landmark. (no pictures inside; they sell postcards ...
... town follows the river and is very pretty, dating from medieval times. We learnt from listening into a tour guide that you can drink water from any fountain in Zurich, the only ones you can't will be clearly labelled. All the fountains we saw had spouts with running water.
We completed our walk and decided to visit the Tourist Information Centre which we only found when we returned to the station. As there was a long queue we returned to our hotel, as the batteries in ...