Travel Blogs from Zürich
... site we had to travel through the St Gotthard Tunnel. Only 17km long! This goes through a mountain that is 2,108 metres high. Amazing scenery passing the Vierwaldstattersee. Found the site, Camping Reussebruke, fortunately we got there just before 12pm and were met by a gentleman who ushered us into a spot and showed us exactly how we had to park the van! he then told us to bring the passports later as 'Vee are shutting ...
Walked first thing then breakfast. Shopped in the morning and bought lovely scarf and jewellery for Laura. Walked miles to find choc shop but couldn't find it. Rested by river and sweated so much left wet patches on concrete seat. FouNd Jack Jones and bought for Jacob plus cool undies for the boys. ...
... producer and friend of Matt's, Patrick was there with his lovely girlfriend Tamara. It was so nice to catch up with them and see Greener Pastures with other skaters. It still seems surreal that Matt was part of such an ...
Everything very efficient. Brilliant trams! Much better than any underground metro!
Zurich sea! Amazing lifestyle!
I could live in this city!
Most people speak good English.
Signage all easy to understand
Lovely dark chocolate
Cheese, salami, breads, fruit
Migros supermarkets are great.
Visit art museum - see some great ...
... that because of these animals Switzerland is able to produce their world famous chocolates and cheeses. One interesting fact our tour conductor also made us aware of was that many of these homes run without the use of electricity, instead making due with vast stores of firewood to heat their homes and light their stoves…interesting.
A relatively short drive from our city of Swiss origin lays the town of Lucerne. Sitting along the shores ...