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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
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... quite high (though everywhere in Europe seems to be covered in wind turbines and solar panels when compared to sorry Australia). A highly taxed Capitalism seems to work quite well - and Zurich wasn't lacking in it's designer stores, the same as any city. Only the regular stores seem to be at luxury prices when compared to countries like Germany, Czech Republic and Hungary. They seem to be doing their part against climate change, and, from what I could tell, ...
... with red creeping vines, a cemetery and we noticed house exterior styles starting to change to high pitched roofs. Just before the Mulhouse stop, we noticed a loch appear which ran parallel to the train line for a short time before branching off out of sight. Birds of prey caught Justin's eye as they levitated while keeping a watchful eye for their next meal. We made it over the Swiss border with little different to note then sped in to a tunnel. ...
... in the mid-afternoon we walked Zurich's old town district with it's many galleries, restaurants, boutiques and bars not to mention tourists and a fine assortment of tattoo parlours. Indeed I haven't seen so many tattoos in one place in recent times - I'm feeling particular bland without a splash of colour across my neck, shoulders or limbs. A body piercing would of course complete the transition to a modern Zurich ...
Families end up spending a lot of time in the kitchen and it is also an informal dining space. Silk Flowers add a bright touch to the kitchen.. Some people prefer natural wood finishes and hues of brown while others prefer bright, bold colors. This should include a slush-fund for contingencies. Ensure that the look you settle for does not clash with that of the rest of the house. All these factors make it critical for this space to ...
... on either side of us and cute little towns in between them. We stopped at a town where Reto went to university. There is a beautiful ornate church that we walked through. Then he took us to an old Irish abbey and we got to see old documents and pictures and such. Then they took us to a Mexican American restaurant which was decent. After that we drove to other ...