How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room
TripAdvisor Reviews Kafischnaps Zürich
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... took Jackson and Benjamin while us smaller kids rested. Our Mummys enjoyed hot chocolates at one of Switzerland's famous chocolate cafes. All reports indicated that the toy museum was a hit. They even opened the cabinets for the boys and showed them first hand the quality of a 50 year old train set. Did I mention chocolate? Along with watch and jewellery (schmuck stores - Daddy says you have to be a schmuck to buy schmuck!!!) there are chocolate stores everywhere. Of course, ...
... of the city. The shops gave us an amazing feel of the foods, clothes, and scenery of how many of the citizens live today. While there we all decided to go eat at a restaurant. We at a very small little authentic Swiss bakery named “Brot Von Ihrem Beck” and we all decided to each try a new pastry. We all decided to try a different type of bread. Since bread is a huge part of the Swiss culture we decided to ...
... ndia] can't give me any wifi, got the computer charging at least courtesy of AAI. Had a skim through The Goan, the local weekly paper. More pix culling to pass the time. A delay of some half hour not a big deal when one has hours to burn with a 0205 departure.
Happy to see in Air India's Shubh Yatad magazine articles on Puskkar and Hampi. Did not realize was going via Mumbai. Had a mango juice and cookies on that short haul.
At Mumbai, stayed on ...
... going on. You pay to see 'everything' of interest and pay 4 euro, per person, per night in all hotels to stay. So where is all this 'tourist tax' being spent. Not on toilets, it's 1 euro to use any of those, no updated signage, an old transportation system and no helpful staff to assist you at train stations. It's not a third world country, the place needs to organise itself for they won't be getting anymore 'tourist' dollars out of me in the future. We arrived at the ...
... up there! We went straight from breakfast to Mount Stanserhorn where we climbed the mountain. And when I say climbed, I mean we took a cable car 98% of the way. The marmots were adorable and the sights were unbelievable! Words cannot describe the views we saw! Mark made it further up than I did, but my ankle wasn't having the steep climb. Although I did get to hang out longer with the marmots and they kept me more than amused! And would you believe that the cows ...