Novotel Zurich City-West
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- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
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... or over a very narrow bridge on our way up. The train was surprisingly full and we figured that most of the people staying in Zermatt must have been on their way up if they weren’t part of the fanatical skiing crowd getting in some early season turns.
At the top we were rewarded handsomely for our perilous journey because the views were amazing! We met a couple from New York who were also on their honeymoon and made fast friends as we traded cameras ...
- I checked out and stored my bags while I made breakfast.
- Afterwards I walked down to the train station and boarded the train for Zurich
- I caught a connecting train to Dietikon and met Marco and his girlfriend at the train station. I had met Marco while in Rio de Janeiro. He had offered to let me stay at his place while I was there.
- It was good to catch up as we had gotten along really well back in ...
... for desert! I was able to fall asleep for a bit, and when I woke up they were feeding us breakfast! A delicious croissant with yogurt and orange juice! Before we landed, they handed out everyone a Swiss chocolate! The airport was very cool. I did have to wait about 30 minutes for them to assign my next plane a gate, and then they ended up changing the gate on us, but I boarded my plane on time and was off to ...
... 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. ...
... and that. We were perfectly happy, had seats in the bus towards the front, plenty of room, we were warm and he was easy enough to understand with the commentary about where we were going and what we were seeing. There were 44 on the tour, at least half were Indians, mixed ages. Unfortunately we had to wait at the first stop for one group to get back on board, and at the Jungfrau itself when we were meant to be getting the train down – ...