Kastanienbaum Swiss Quality Seehotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... of plain croissants. Not the most exciting but saving money where I can! I then got on the train heading to interlaken. As soon as we started moving I was falling asleep but I couldn't let myself sleep because the scenery was absolutely incredible!! The journey was about 3 hours in the end but we passed crystal clear lakes, we went up into the mountains and it was all just so beautiful! It was still really sunny too which made ...
... which trades near the US dollar. However, we each had the cheapest things on the menu, one coffee and one bagel, and it cost us the equivalent of 50 USD total!! Reeling from that experience we didn't linger too long in the shops and made our way into the city.
We started off by visiting the United Nations headquarters. Ordinarily, we could get a tour of the building, but it was closed this Saturday. So we peeked through the gate and walked ...
... us were able to edit their flights based on the wind patterns we were experiencing. The other couple ended up having a slightly longer flight. Because of that, Robin gave me the pictures and video we took in flight for free which was a nice gesture. My favourite parts were probably when Robin gave me the parachute handles and actually let me fly! You pulled slightly on either side depending on which side you wanted to turn- such an amazing feeling! As we were ...
... to our hotel. This deal was a no brainer, she asked us to sort the laundry into three washers and leave it to her. Done!
We then did a little shopping and we all bought Swiss Army knives as souvenirs. I got a dainty ladies one, with tweezers and a toothpick and my name engraved on it.
We walked along both sides of the river, crossing over on the different ...
... I head to it first. But they won't accept credit cards and I don't have enough Euros left (I'm in bad shape if a cash-only emergency arises before I get to Germany day after tomorrow), so I head to look for a bank machine that gives Euros. This fails, so I figure I'll go look at the famous Banhoffstrasse shopping street, the oldtown, and a big church, and figure out the museum after seeing the other sights. Zurich is still cold and grey, and again I'm on a ...