Ibis Zurich Adliswil
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- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... nights are good ones re a spot they want to try. A reunion in 3.5 months is quick, even by my standards. Alot of Mount Gay rum is going to be consumed on that evening.
Back to the room for final packing. Took the camera out to head the other way in Fontainhas. The colours were equally bright. There is an air of suspicion at worst [uncertainty at best] amongst locals to see somebody not only in a residential neighbourhood but also taking pix. A smile or ...
... quite nice for what they are and they also have a cafeteria which serves really cheap (but good) food. They also have ping pong tables, a fire pit, a piano bar, laundry, a kitchen, there are sports fields nearby, and a sand volleyball court. The only disadvantage is the wifi is not very good and it gets quite cold at night (even the three blankets haven't been enough for Vicky). After our expensive day in Zurich, it was a good move for us to save money in this ...
... uttered a quiet prayer and wallah! We were in luck! After a few minutes of tinkering Matt was happy and we packed up ready to hit the road. Switzerland is quite a small country compared to back home so our next stop was only about an hour away - the city of Lucerne. As we made our way down the road it began to drizzle again, but even that couldn't dampen our mood after the triumph of the laptop in the morning. However when we got to Lucerne we simply could not find ...
... beauty closer to hand, sunlight
sparkling on the water making everything feel fresh, clean and even more
attractive. But it’s actually quite a hike to the park, so the modern,
inviting Kiosk is a welcome sight for the footsore.
one-storey building, the sides are made from large coloured glass
panels, echoing the natural beauty of its park ...
After a long night of deliberation and planning Haydn and I decided to break ranks and head to Zurich Switzerland by ourselves. We had found out on the net that Swiss National Day was 1st August, and for no reason at all we wanted to be there! Lauren, Gregg & Will continued on in the car to Italy and I would catch them up later after leaving Hadyn in Milan to meet up with Angus and Nella.
It was about a 1.5 hour drive to Innsbruck train ...