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- Continental Breakfast
- Conference facilities
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Breakfast Available
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... up taxis were.<br style="line-height: 15.8599996566772px;"><br style="line-height: 15.8599996566772px;">Once we got a taxi, we threw our bags in the back and crammed into the backseat with all of our carry-ons and personal bags. We rushed through the city of Florence, dodging cars and speeding through the highly unfamiliar streets. When the cab driver dropped us off, we were at the wrong building on Via del Giglio, at number 4 (not 6). When we went inside, they told us we ...
... our collapsible backpack and hit the road again. Off to downtown Zurich and exploring a new city. We thought it best to head towards the river that was a drain out for Lake Zurich and followed it thru town to the lakefront. Many beautiful parks, trees and buildings line the river, which splits about a mile from the lake, creating an island that is home to some of the most expensive hotels, shops and restaurants in Europe. We found a Starbucks, grabbed a coffee and a ...
... it was like 'look at this' and 'look at that'. The train would curve in an arc around a viaduct or you would pop out from inside a mountain tunnel to see a big lake or glaciers. All I can say is 'just do it'. We walked from the station to our hotel past Zurich's version of the queens bridge and the yarra river. Wow. Everything was clean, wide and just pretty. We stayed in the highest room which contained the inside of the 'turret' with dark wooden beams everywhere. You ...
... br> After parking our luggage in our quaint hotel room, which reminded me a bit of a Faulty Towers guest room (except nicer), we dined in the Light of India restaurant inside the hotel on the ground floor. It was advertised as an award winning restaurant for the best Indian food in Kensington. It certainly was good, the flavours were delicious and service excellent. A late night stroll down Cromwell Road to work off the meal finished off the ...
... lunch and sightsee until dinner that evening. Since it was almost three, we were hungry, so we sat down at a shaded table right along the river and grabbed a menu. What followed was a series of exclamations at the prices. $27.00 Swiss francs for cheese nachos, $8.00 for a Coke, $24.00 for a burger! (FYI- Swiss francs are more expensive than USD). We decided that we must be in the high rent district, so we walked along the river checking menus. Each of them was more ...