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A stroll along lakeside boulevard, Utoquai, to Zürichhorn park should
be top of the list for newcomers to the city. A wide, elegant avenue, on
the right day it offers stunning views with snow-capped mountains in
the distance and ...
Arrived in Zurich.
Train to Milan. There is a train station at the airport only the train to Milan is not at this station. Thank goodness people speak English and are so helpful directing us! Took a train to get another train at the City Center Station near old town.
Yea, we're on the train to Milan; can’t believe it is so quiet. Even though the day is dreary, the scenery is beautiful lakes and mountains. ...
... my way back home later that night in time to have dinner with the girls. Friday was a bit of a down day, I hung out with the girls around the apartment and went into the local town to get some more groceries aka deli meat, cheese, and bananas. That's kind of been my diet for the last couple weeks, yummm. It was a nice rest day again and I got to know the girls a bit better. And that finally brings us to the Present! Today is Saturday and I'm happy I finally ...
We have been surprised by how expensive Switzerland is, although we were warned. Coffee 6.5 chf (swiss franks) Beer 9 and a wine a whopping 11.5 for 100 ml. A cheap Italian meal cost us 70 chf. Oh well, we are only here once!
Off to Lugano tomorrow via the Swiss Alps on one of the worlds great scenic rail trips. Can't wait.
Lebewohl (Goodbye for now) in German
Andrew and ...