Travel Blogs from Winterthur
... all our rubbish in, for which there was a charge of 90 cents...and instructed us to return for another one when that was full...yeah whatever! The site seems to be run very strictly, but I have to say it was quite a nice site. We settled down for the rest of the day and again sat in the sun! Very hot but cooled down really quickly once the sun had gone down...not used to that - its been so warm in the evenings in Italy. ...
... and a wall. The city lies on both banks of the River Limmat, which flows out of the lake in a northerly direction. We arrive by fast train and mange to snag the walking tour of the town. The Chapel Bridge is a covered wooden footbridge spanning diagonally across the river in the heart of the city, named after the nearby St. Peter's Chapel.
The Lion Monument commemorates the Swiss Guards who were ...
... that Rhonda you would have really enjoyed. Probably my favorite fusion food for vegetarians I have ever eaten. I basically shopped and was with Stefan most of my time in Zurich and will be heading to Venice tommorow. That is a 7 hour long train trip...lol uh huh, that's what I thought long.
Well I better go to sleep, take care everyone, luv and miss you all,
Woke up at around 6am to pack my things--never a fun experience.
Then i decided to get some bfast and check out shortly before 10am. Sadly the
trummelbach falls was not going to happen. With the checkout, my heavy bookbag,
and the lack of confidence in luggage storage, i decided to head out.
Currently i am on my way to bern and then i will catch the train to
zurich (should be there around 12:40pm. Check-in is at two but i looked it up
... swissgerman, and German.
They swapped frienship bracelets and did jumprope before scootering
down to see her house and meet her mom.
Alexander and I stayed with Selina and discovered an old sandbox in
the yard. He was delighted, and played in the dirt with his toys and
tools for hours. Wishing Cece was here all the time
We are making some ...