Romantik Hotel Florhof
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Multilingual staff
TripAdvisor Reviews Romantik Hotel Florhof Zürich
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... in the station off to the annual Zurich Street parade festivities. The air was stifling with cigarette smoke, the smell of alcohol and heat. We needed to book tickets for our journey to Poschiavo so we found the reservation office which was cooler and not very busy. These tickets were the most expensive of our trip.
From the station we waited in the heat for a tram back to Erin's place. Thankfully not many people were going that way so ...
... to sample some chocolates. Lindt chocolate originates in Zurich, although here in Zurich, it is known as Sprungli. (The company name is actually Lindt and Sprungli). Their flagship cafe and store has a prime position and is busy all day. We highly recommend the chocolate, and remember that even I can enjoy some dark chocolate. We also fell in love with their version of macaroons, Luxembourglies. We had a quick stop off at the Frau Munster church, home to famous stained ...
... it's way through. Describing the
journey is impossible. It's an experience that everyone should do at least once
in their life time!
The landscape changes dramatically from city to village to farmland
to mountainous terrain.
The journey is well and truely breathtakingly ...
... one that was adorned in pretty flowers and accompanied by an old stone watch tower. We spent the morning strolling around the main part of town enjoying the scenery and the sunshine. After lunch we headed back to the hotel, loaded up the car, and hit the road again. We were moving on to Bern where we were looking forward to some good fellowship after a couple of weeks in the wilderness, and hopefully, a more stress free experience for the second half of our stay in ...
... have seen many a talented busker on this trip.
The next day I woke up pretty excited because we were heading to Switzerland and as most of you know, this is where my mother was born, and where we used to holiday as kids, so it holds a special place In my heart. To add to this, I was looking forward to finally crossing a proper border. Where most European countries dropped their borders with each other, Switzerland did not; the Swiss ...