Leonardo Boutique Hotel Rigihof Zurich
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Business Services
- Pets allowed
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... a steam ferry for the trip back to Lucerne and our bus. By the way our guide was Renata and our driver was Carlo, both very entertaining with Renata being very knowledgable. As soon as we began the ferry trip it bagan to rain and that continued nearly all the way home. We arrived back about 7pm and stopped for pizza and a glass of wine before finally heading to our apartment, which is hosted by May Too, a very nice and accommodating ...
... we had Betty to rely on and she took us straight to a Media Markt which is a JB Hifi kind of shop. We just had to hope somebody could speak English, and much to our relief we were in luck. The guy that served us spoke very good English and assured us that it would be easy to purchase a laptop in the store (which were all pre-set to German) and then later change the settings to English. We decided to trust him and go for it, although in reality we didn't have ...
... br> in Italian cuisine, the pasta is homemade, pizzas come out hot and
crispy from the pizza oven and it’s all pretty delicious. A popular spot
for locals, join them for a glass of wine or two on the large terrace
overlooking the lake; boats come and go, ducks waddle by and it’s
... 8211; whoops lesson for next time, but we’ll take our accidental avoidance as a win for now)
We headed up to the store to buy some local pilsners, snacks and string to tie the balloons up with and settled in to enjoy the evening, after a quick swim in-between thunderstorms. Jason made a whirl pool which he was quite proud of, but it definitely didn’t impress the weather gods - we really had left summer behind in ...
... glass next to the escalators. It reminded us of the game Mousetrap. I could have watched it for a long time, tracking the different mechanisms, and marveling at the engineering, but Chris was in no mood to stick around! So, wary of nearby buses, we went back to the hotel to prepare for an exciting dinner and evening of Swiss folklore. I went into the bathroom to get ready for dinner, while Chris promptly deposited himself on the bed and started to ...