Landgasthof Hotel Hirschen
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... and the crew came over to eat lunch, my taste buds had a blast, the food was so good and dangerously moorish. Food, glorious food! I spend more time writing about food than I do about being abroad. Left the towers of washing up and drove to Hönng, in Zurich. Went on a lovey walk, at the top if the hill, you can see all of Zurich, the city, the lake and the mountain ranges in the distance. Picture perfect. It's places like this that ground you in amongst the bustle and noise of the ...
With a decent chunk of time available to us today between our check-out from Bern and our check-in at our next destination, we decided to take the train for a brunch date in Zurich. Despite being known as a busy hub of activity, Zurich, Switzerland's largest city, was quite quiet on a Sunday. Outside of the train station's hundreds of stores, Zurich’s Old ...
... out dinner in Langstrasse. Actually, it seemed quite safe, if a bit rough-hewn. The district is Zürich's most diverse section. One way to cut culinary costs is to eat at ethnic restaurants, and so we eventually landed at an Italian eatery, which served a very good pesto dish.
So with this we bid adieu to Zürich, and begin the journey around Switzerland. Next stop, Bern.
... Time Pieces and VERY expensive food and stores.
The next day, we traveled to an elevation of over 1,000 meters up in the nearby alps and saw a lot of snow, and a beautiful lakes with crystal clear water surrounded by beautiful mountains.
... go home? "no"
What is one more thing you wish you had the time to do before you left?
I don’t know. I like the cranes, the city, the cows, Christopher and Kevin, Umer and Arman, and Shivani, Katja and Selina, painting, the train and the buses, the snow, the lake….
Tell one thing you would have done differently in the last 4 months?
I don’t know, jeez, I am only two!