Hotel Stern & Post
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Swimming pool
- Reduced mobility rooms
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Despite the grey and gloomy skies, today was a day filled with fun and games. It all started from 5am - this is how our day panned out :) #1 - The blanket. Last night, Karen and I took one set of bunk beds (Karen on top bunk, me on bottom bunk). Unlike everyone else, I used my blanket to sleep as I had felt cold (was probably fighting the last bits of the stupid cold I'd come down with the other day). At about 5am, Karen kicked off her blanket. Theoretically it should ...
... Swiss Army Knife, whichever is perfect for him. It even had a special lanyard that he can wear around his neck. He was really excited and we hope we can get it home. We made our way over to the Lion Monument that is really neat. It is a Lion carved out of the stone to represent The Swiss army helping in the French Revolution. They supported the monarchy, because they lost the lion represents their grief and loss. It is quite amazing to see in person and it is larger ...
... floor of the hotel. We were both enticed by the prospect of spicy food - something we'd been missing for over a month now. When we entered the immediate impression I got from the suited maître de was that we were underdressed and this was going to be pricey. We ordered a drink and the menu revealed the cheapest banquet for two was CHF$95 per head - about $115 a person - ouch. Oh well, we didn't care at this point as it smelled great! We decided to order individual plates ...
... ride from there (included) for half hour and we were back at the hotel.
After a brief rest, we went downstairs to the restaurant where I had Sicilian lasagna and Mom had a Nice prawn salad. Delicious but expensive as is all of Switzerland. A bottle of water, Coke or juice is $3-4 everywhere. Hamburger with fries, $25. I took pictures of the McDonald's menu.
Walked around the block and back to hotel room, ready for ...
... we went, so then we crossed the river and walked up New Town. Many more people here and also many more shops of all varieties. Found an ATM machine and asked for 200 CHF, which we duly received as one note! Made our way up to Lindenhauf Park for some panoramic views over Zurich, and then came back to the hotel, deciding along the way that we'd have dinner at the Chinese restaurant, Luo, next door. The food was ...