Sorell Hotel Zurichberg
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- Shuttle bus service
- Tennis Court
- Breakfast Available
- Outdoor pool
- Swimming pool
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... 233;, had a coffee and done some people watching and carried on looking at all the neat old buildings with café spilling out on to the footpaths we walked up one side of the river that runs through the city.Its a nice clean river we then walked back up the other side and found a place to eat had some salmon and then back to the hotel for some much needed ...
... little cafe in downtown Zurich that Pat suggested. It was very good! After that we headed down towards Lake Zurich to take a ferry ride around the lake. Lake Zurich is absolutely beautiful! The Swiss Alps surround the lake, so it is a stunning view all around. Although the weather was crummy on our ferry ride, it was still very nice to be able to get out on the lake. I really enjoyed seeing all the Swiss chalet style houses; they were so cute to ...
... 2-3000/month CDN. He said the wages for a retail store clerk would be $2-3000/month & $5-6000/month for a train conductor. He said most Swiss live in the suburbs as the downtown part of the city is too expensive. Chris & I walked the little winding streets of Rennweg, an older area, saw the Lindenhof Park area & strolled through the Bahnhofstrasse with the nicest shopping area with some lovely shops, boutiques ...
... a different kind of bread. We tried Zurich bread, which is a basic style of bread that was actually very unique and delicious. It had a taste that was sweet and chewy. It was one of the best pieces of bread I have ever ate! After leaving the bakery we walked in and out of small bookshops and a couple other boutiques along the way. Overall our trip was fantastic and we were able to learn and experience many aspects to the Swiss ...
... and my mother heard it from Loni's house and thought I had been hit by a car on the road! This was 45 years ago and Loni remembered it with amazing clarity, as if it were yesterday. She said I had come running in with a football under my arm, absolutely covered in blood, with a jagged piece of glass sticking out of my arm. I was rushed to Zurich hospital and straight into the operating theatre. With 48 stitches, this is still the biggest ...