Sternen Oerlikon Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Pets allowed
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... Vevey we assumed that it was going to be a quite little village where we could really relax. Half of the town is like this, the other half has a big shopping complex, lots of traffic and people. The town is located on Lake Geneva so we walked up and down the waterside admiring sculptures before deciding to take a ferry to Montreux, a nearby village to see what was there. One ferry ride later and a very expensive G&T and beer we were there walking around the ...
... felt like 3 minutes, I called out, "Yes?" and opened the door. Mike was outside and wanted to give me his business card. "It's a pity you're not in Switzerland for longer," he lamented. I told him I would potentially be back when a friend joins me at a later date in Europe. Janet and my rough plans were to meander our way up from Spain and possibly see some of Switzerland. "Oh if you come back to Zürich, email me and I can give you a special deal," he offered. I told him I ...
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... in Switzerland, but everywhere in Europe. I may be getting a little more verbose in my blogs, as it has been a few days since I've had a long conversation with a person! After I left Gimmelwald and the family style dinners, it has been a much quieter existence for me. I like the quiet, I like the noise, so either way is ok, but I think I have more to say when I've had longer to myself. Ok, well time to stop writing and start looking out the window a bit ...