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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... snow. We going exploring around Uetliberg, which includes a viewing platform with approx 170-180 steps. Colleen stays at the bottom, as I venture up the viewing platform. From up there you can see Lake Zurich, all of Zurich and the country areas and valleys. As we leave Uetliberg, it starts to sprinkle a little snow, and continues to snow very lightly as we travel back down the mountain towards Zurich. When back in Zurich, as we are only here for one ...
... back to our humble abode. During our wait for tram service to resume I started wondering if we had just purchased a watch in Zurich that was made in China. Part of the novelty of buying a watch in Switzerland, the place known for watches, was that it was made in Switzerland. So immediately I jumped online to find to my relief that my watch is either made in Switzerland or Belgium. Belgium I can deal with! Phew! After investigating the origins of my watched we relaxed at the apartment ...
... long. We also walked along the 3rd most expensive street in the world, 1m squared of the shop is worth 12500 Swiss francs per year (so Gucci and cabana, Lewis Vuitton etc can be found here). We ended the tour with an added bonus of the guide giving us vouchers for a free brownie so even the poor travellers can experience Swiss chocolate at its best, safe to say James and I were straight on claiming a free brownie (not stingy at all are we?) and boy it was delicious! We thought ...
... 3:30 and again the rain held off. Despite the pedestrian zone shopping areas being very crowded, 99% of the stores are closed since it is Sunday. Only a few souvenir kiosks were open. We walked around the old town area to the Lion carved in granite, across Lucerne's famous wooden bridges, and then window shopping. Every other store sells Swiss Army knives and very high end watches. Dinner was at a ...
... and more delicious food. There also was a show that included Swiss music and audience participation. I blew into an Alps horn, did the chicken dance and was in a conga line. It was a lot of fun! We had a long walk back to the hotel and found out that the shower head also had a mind of its own. Its holder spun 360 degrees and soaked part of the bathroom. It was a fantastic ...