Moevenpick Hotel Zurich-Regensdorf
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... 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 ...
... old but very neat, lots of window boxes and manicured gardens. The cable car is like ad old train. Very clever design with one carriage going up and being pulled up by the one going down. They cross over in the middle on a little piece of double track, very Swiss. The fields on either side are immaculate with either cattle or cropped for silage. Houses are surrounded by massive stacks of firewood. Not a lot of gardens but immaculately tidy, definitely not Italy. We cruised past ...
We were allowed a bit of a sleep in this morning, we left the hotel and caught a tram to the bottom of Mount Pilatus,then a slight walk up to the entrance to the gondola up the mountain in the freezing cold. We were excited about getting into a gondola and out of the cold but it turned out that it was just as cold in there as it was outside. The view more than made up for the frostbite though. It was a winter wonderland! Massive trees and little chalets covered in ...
... two hours away), And I prepared myself for three days with jet-lagged (as always) kids in a historic city on the cusp of spring.
We checked out the Zurich Zoo on our first morning, and as usual the kids were far less interested in the animals than in the playgrounds (which were admitedly pretty cool, with a preponderance of ropes and wood). The favorite animals were some ponies grazing near the playground..
... we are now used to it but there is like a valley between us and Zurich and that is our little mountain, called Hönggerberg 541 m. And I just found out and can not beleive it but we live higher that michigans highest point which is 472.44 m. so Michigan hills are tiny compared to Switzerlands
By the way, Switzerland is one of the best places to go skiing. ...