Ibis Budget Zurich City West
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- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Multilingual staff
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... want to take them home anyway...our flight was due to leave at 9:45 however there was fog in Zurich yesterday and the ILS landing system on 1 runway was out of order so we left at about 12:00 in the end and arrived in Zurich at 2pm....at least we did not have a connection that we had to make as lots of the people on the plane did....I think there were lots getting rebooked...! We bought 72 hr ...
... after walking for miles with a detour to Baden and back on the bus an added extra bonus. They have no record of a Diggelmann entering and leaving Spreitenbach in the 1880s/1890s. It appears that to this day people must still register to enter and leave. It's a is very industrial looking town with a population of 10,000. Some residents live in tall ...
... created as a way of binding together diverse regions under a single nationalism.
As the museum explained the Swiss create their national myth around several things. First and foremost they emphasize their connection to the enlightenment values of orderliness and rationality. There’s a reason the Swiss are famous for their watches. They also construct their national myth around the Alps and their connection to them. Finally they create their national myth around a ...
... the city which is very quaint but all the shops were closed which made it not quite so interesting as it might have been.
Dropped the bikes off and back for a shower (it’s really muggy here) before walking into town and across the flower bridge for lunch. It had started raining just as we finished biking so we were making the most of our gortex jackets. Wandered round town for a bit and then back for an afternoon doze – but our ...
... both old and new and fortunately all of the books were not in English. Thankfully as we were not tempted. No penguins today b/c the books we saw were from the 1700,s and 1800's and I guess Penguin No 1 published in 1935 is just too new to bother with.
On the way back to the hotel to escape the afternoon sun we stopped at a type of takeaway food place that made the best Doner kebabs, pizzas and other beautiful dough-y things with ...