Sternen Oerlikon Hotel
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... br> This next flight seemed really short, I was wide awake and decided to continue reading my same book. We began the descent after about an hour in the air, and with about a chapter left in my book. Landing in Florence seemed familiar to me, as we saw that there was a lot of open land that reminded me of rural parts of Vermont. We had made it, we had finally landed in Florence and it was still in that "this isn't real" phase.
... Switzerland and while we were originally a little unsure what we would do for nearly two weeks in this tiny country, we ended up having a great time. The driving alone is right up there with some of the most beautiful scenery we have seen so far on our trip and it is certainly a place we will look forward to returning to (maybe this time we’ll come in season when these towns won’t be quite so sleepy).
So it’s off to Istanbul for us….Until Next Time, David & ...
... going on. You pay to see 'everything' of interest and pay 4 euro, per person, per night in all hotels to stay. So where is all this 'tourist tax' being spent. Not on toilets, it's 1 euro to use any of those, no updated signage, an old transportation system and no helpful staff to assist you at train stations. It's not a third world country, the place needs to organise itself for they won't be getting anymore 'tourist' dollars out of me in the future. We arrived at the ...
... an hour into our journey the ticket inspector came to check our tickets, with a frown he informed us that our tickets were 2nd class, not 1st class, so were instructed to move back a carriage and sit with the riff raff. Of course, we could have paid an extra 50 Euros per ticket for the privilege of completing the remaining half hour but thought it wasn't worth it.
In Zurich airport, we had a few hours to kill before our 5pm flight so we ...
... opening to the cave is shaped like a pig. Apparently, the sculptor had a rift with city administrators who never paid him for his work on the monument. Despicable! From there, we walked toward the hotel. I heard Leo exclaim from behind me that a bus almost hit him, so I turned to see if he was alright then turned back to see Chris being cracked in the back of the skull by the mirror on the same bus. He stumbled, regained his balance, then grasped the back of his head. ...