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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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... problem was we didn’t know how to get in. We walked around trying to work it out but in the end gave up. We saw close by there was a tree that looked like the whomping willow from Harry Potter. We had to get a picture. Isobel had also found us so we got her to take the picture. Ruby, Juliett and I all stood up on a snow covered chair for the photo. It was really slippery and we nearly slipped getting down. Ruby held me while I got down first before ...
... of St. Gallen we marveled at the Christmas decorations, the architecture, the cathedral, the sound of the church bells, and -- yes, another Christmas Market. Fondue for dinner and a cozy evening together resulted in a good night's sleep. Walter and I set off to get Broetchen in the morning (but not too early) and after breakfast Mom and I once again were on the road. ...
... the intercontinental flight dock E. Skymetro is unusual in that, rather than on-board motors, it is propelled by a moving cable and is thus a cable car. It is also unique in using an air cushion rather than wheels and is thus a hovertrain. Train, cable car, hovertrain – who cares: in just 3 minutes I was at dock E with nearly an hour to go before the plane took off at 10:20am.
Our first adventure traveling alone went well! We successfully found the city of Zurich, by train. The motto today was, "lets start walking an see what we find." Quickly we found our main attraction of the day, a thermal rooftop spa. Before relaxing in the pool we went for lunch and had the most amazing gorgonzola pasta and spinach filled tortellini. We ate it ALL and then jumped into our swim suits:) The spa had many ...
Tuesday 28 August 2012 – Edinburgh to Zurich
We got up at 5am to have breakfast and get ourselves organised. Last night there was still a fair bit of ruccas in the halls of the apartment block. At one stage, some guy was singing the On the Bonny Shores of Loch Lomond at the top of his voice! Imagine a drunk Scot singing that at 4am, off key and slightly slurred.
We caught a taxi to the airport, simply because we ...