Leonardo Boutique Hotel Rigihof Zurich
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Business Services
- Pets allowed
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... We couldn't go inside, so admired from the outside and wandered around the edge. On the opposite side of the river is the church at St Peterskirke, which has the largest clock face in Europe. Around here are all the narrow, winding streets, with cute little shops and cafés, covered in Swiss flags. However being a Sunday, most were closed, which was a shame. We spent a while wandering around and getting lost in the maze of streets. Apparently the cafe to try out ...
... So I guess that's a plus. Food shopping and eating were the main events of today. Bought a new white jacket and found out that a boy, about a year old than me lives in the apartment up stairs. I need to further investigate the matter. Boot shopping in Zurich with the grandmother, took up most of the day, but in the afternoon I ventured out into Zurich all by my self. Went really touristy and got brochures and took photos at things the locals don't even notice anymore. ...
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