Sternen Oerlikon Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... conversations...ordering a meal, asking basic questions in an airport or train station, etc... However, Swiitzerland (Swiss Airlines) primarily speaks German or a form of it. When the first announcement is made, she realizes she has no idea what they said. Luckily for us, a lot of Swiss speak English and will change immediately when they figure out you speak it.
While in the air, we get our ...
... fun and not maximum safety.
Right next to the falls is a huge rock island. One of the boat cruise options takes you to this island and allows you to have a wet climb to the top. Both Benjamin and I really wanted to take this option and we were both a little disappointed when we were advised that strollers and young children were not allowed. We were also told that we will have to return by ourselves when we are all grown up!!
... it's way through. Describing the
journey is impossible. It's an experience that everyone should do at least once
in their life time!
The landscape changes dramatically from city to village to farmland
to mountainous terrain.
The journey is well and truely breathtakingly ...
... meals, saw a lot of 'old' stuff and generally became more cultured about the world. I was sitting there today trying to figure out why I don't love that country. It's a mega 'check off the list' for European grand tours and there are tourists almost everywhere. People carrying suitcases in and out again. In saying that, you would think Italy would set up informative tourist points and update signage around the place because half the time you're trying to figure out what the ...
... some help. The poor guy in the shop tried really hard to help us out, but even he couldn't work it out and he could read German. What hope did we have! Rather than wasting our whole day trying to fix the computer we decided to catch the train into town. Like I've said before and as most of you already know, this whole public transport stuff is so foreign to me and I get so nervous about it. I just can't believe how crowded and busy it gets, but I'm slowly getting ...