Ramada Hotel Zurich City
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The Opera we saw was "Un ballo in maschera" by Giuseppe Verdi. It was really well done, but with bizarre sets involving a rotating stage and a giant Medusa head, and costumes, involving lots of black angels and skeletons. The singing and the music were beautiful, especially the King and Oscar, the King’s assistant. After the Opera we walked back to the hostel, which was definitely going from one grand world to the ...
... Unfortunately there was not the best customer service so we probably stayed there longer than we intended. After our little tea break it was time to head to the train station and make our decent and travels back to Hottwil, turns out everyone else though this was a grand idea as well. Two to three hours later we were back at our humble adopted Switzerland home tucking in to some left overs before we all crashed out totally exhausted from the day's ...
... during the day. We then walked to Chapel Bridge. The tower on the bridge was used as a torture chamber and water tower, but was used for some introduction to Swiss law classes that Renee took when she arrived. We crossed Chapel Bridge and walked along Lake Lucerne to Lowendenkmal, Lion Park. There, carved in the rock of a cliff, is the figure of a lion dying in remembrance of Swiss guards killed during an attack on the Tuleries in 1792.
When we were ...
... were able to check-in, but were told that our room wasn't quite ready since we were a little early. We were invited to go down to the wine cellar our room was prepared. After waiting for what seemed like an eternity (it was only an hour) we were able to get into our room. Now I've read that hotels in Europe were different, and much smaller, but holy moly our room is tiny! We do have our own shower and sink, with a shared toilet just ...
... years reconfiguring the parts to make a collection of contraptions now mounted in the Tinguely Fountain, where they splash and whir, entertaining passers by. After quite a bit of sightseeing we had to call it quits, pick up our bags and undertake the first leg of our journey to Hong Kong, the 18:40train to Zurich Airport. Switzerland is not known for its red wine, and the waiter acknowledged this fact, but the couple of glasses of Onyx Noir we enjoyed before our flight were ...
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