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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
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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 ...
Today was our last day in the Netherlands. We said our final farewells, and it was off to the airport. First a short leg to Zurich, the a short stop over, and then it is the flight to Hong Kong, our last destination before home.
The leg to Zurich ...
... 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. ...
... things as garnishes. Potatoes with melted cheese and pickles is also a very popular dish in Switzerland so I guess we did a pretty good job of blindly ordering off of this menu. We knew that eating out in a restaurant would be expensive here so we weren’t too shocked when our bill ended up being $100 Canadian. After lunch we walked through the bank district where we saw some very nice cars and what looked to be like very rich people. We ...
... so we said goodbye to Kristal and headed off. My flight was at 1510, so I was hoping the traffic wasn't going to be too bad. At first, I was a bit worried, as it seemed like it was gridlock for a fair chunk of the city. After about 20 minutes though it opened up once we got out of the tangle of streets and on the way to the airport.
Similar to Istanbul Airport, there's an initial security screening as soon as you enter the airport, before you even get to ...