Ibis Budget Zurich City West
- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Multilingual staff
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... we got on another bus that took us to the airport building. It was extremely dreary and pouring rain, so it was difficult to see how beautiful the city actually was. This includes extreme jet lag and no sleep.<br style="line-height: 15.8599996566772px;"> <br style="line-height: 15.8599996566772px;">Once we got off the bus and stepped into the extremely small airport, we went to baggage claim. We picked up our bags from the conveyor-belt very easily, it didn't take long at all ...
... able to redeem our coupon and get the spoon that we both agreed may have not been worth the effort of retrieval. We'd anticipated a small task, lasting five minutes tops, but what we got was a quest worthy of Legend of Zelda that took 15 minutes to complete and ate into our rest time significantly. One neat thing about the place was a large clock mechanism operated by cogs, sprockets, and metal balls that spanned the three levels of the store and was ...
... you realize that nearly all the signs are in a different language,and there are so many foreigners !!!!!!!
(that was a joke)
Wanda and I went walking (yes Wanda up before midday) this morning just behind the Hotel which if you walk one way you are walking in the City and if you go the other you are in the country looking at the Alps in the ...
... self service restaurant I've been in. We basically all ate salads as our vegetable intake has been pretty low since leaving England (or even Australia when I think about it). To get to lucerne we went through the 17km st gotthard tunnel, and had explained to us what switzerland could do to ensure their neutrality (basically they have about 300 detonation points that would collapse tunnels etc... And make it really hard for anyone to enter the central part of the ...
... br> I like to play the blues harp. I can play the notes, but I don't feel the music ...
How neat is Switzerland? Later when we left Geneva we weren't sure where the French border was. Frances looked out the window and knew we must be in France because the country didn't look Swiss any more. It was less manicured. Any glimpse of Switzerland is almost as recognizable as a human face. Around the factories ...