Renaissance Zurich Hotel
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... with the fact that the Swiss don't use aircon (as in Aus it's overused) but by now we were overheated and not so impressed. They are just not used to dealing with the heat, I think. You have to ask for ice in your drink or you won't get any.
From Lausanne we got the hour and a half train to Zurich airport station (crowded and not airconditioned) and it was a relief to get to ...
Now, after a late night, most parents would plan for an easy day, or at least morning, but no, not ours. It was yet another early start and walk down the steep hill to the train station, destination Lucerne and Mount Pilatus.
In about 1.5 hours, we arrived in the picturesque town of Lucerne. The Swiss know how to make train travel enjoyable as their longer distance trains include a family carriage complete with ...
... night .... With more cheese. It's fondue for dinner - served traditionally with potatoes and bread but we added vege for dipping, and Kev had to go one further, dunking cheese into the cheese fondue. Boris managed to get us some cheap train tickets tonight which saved us about CHF250 (£160)! Trains are super expensive here and was originally about half of our holiday budget, but we've been told they are a dream to travel on. We only have a 6 minute changeover ...
... by Coop, which must be either a monopoly or run by the government. We walked the streets of Zurich, following brick streets and crossing light rail tracks every couple blocks. The rain showed up in early afternoon, turning the city into more gothic setting than in the sunny morning light. We walked up a mile long stretch of shops called the Bahnsostrausse, which is lined with Tiffany, Prada, Louis Vitton and other very expensive stores. You can tell this is an area that ...
... of outdoor restaurants and bars, quirky little shops, wonderful delis, bakeries and shops that sell Swiss chocolate and sweets like the legendary Solothurner Torte. Gluttony could be excused in this place. And there's the ubiquitous village fountain previously used by women to wash clothes. It has more fountains than any other city in Switzerland and they are pretty grand. Most were built in the 16th century. The Solothurn Film Festival is the premier film ...