Moevenpick Hotel Zurich-Regensdorf
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Our first adventure traveling alone went well! We successfully found the city of Zurich, by train. The motto today was, "lets start walking an see what we find." Quickly we found our main attraction of the day, a thermal rooftop spa. Before relaxing in the pool we went for lunch and had the most amazing gorgonzola pasta and spinach filled tortellini. We ate it ALL and then jumped into our swim suits:) The spa had many ...
... Support. This is the real beauty when you work for a midsize premium airline. People actually still do care and take care of you. After taking off at around late lunch time and landing Tokyo breakfast time you are in a state of --- you dont know ---- its breakfast time here but you actually just had lunch, but then the crew is already talking about dinner, whereas I am still trying to figure out what daily routine I ...
... love the Swiss toilets.
We found our driver and made our way to another Mercedes. I love travelling like this – not worrying about transfer to and from the hotel. It was a quick drive to our hotel during which time our driver was telling about things to see and do while we are here. He did say that our hotel was the best in the city and centrally located. When we arrived at the Marriott there was a porter to take ...
... mountians near by, or, exploring the squares and towers of the little old city. In the end we decides to go shopping.
We bought lots of chocolates, they are amazing. We bought some jewellry. Just before dinner,
we went out and enjoyed a yodelling Swiss Folkore Show, it was so much fun. Went back to our hotel and enjoyed a meal at the hotel restuarant.
... little Swiss train underground to our departure gate.
Trip included yodelling and cow noises...by the train not the passengers.
Very good flight to Singapore although sleep was elusive for everyone even Michaela who has an enviable ability in this department.
It is strange to see your journey start at 438 metres rather than 0 and then the penny drops.