Zugerstrasse 9, Zürich, Zürich, Switzerland | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Zugerstrasse 9, Zürich, is near Sprungli and Anna Goldi Museum.
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Day 3: Zürich

A travel blog entry by dilushani on Feb 14, 2014

1 comment, 2 photos

... mystique surrounding much of the instruments once used. I know I have enjoyed the small collection that Brownless Library at Melbourne University held. It would always fascinate me and could hold my attention for long periods of time. (Time I should have spent studying :P) It took me a very long time to find the right building, I spent ages and ages getting lost but stumbling on some incredible views of the city, but to my dismay the exhibition was closed. By this time it had ...

Tips About Home Owner's Insurance

A travel blog entry by utopianpar238 on Jan 19, 14

... off can lower your insurance premiums. This is not a simple thing to do, but many insurers think you may take better care of a house that fully belongs to you.

Go with a much higher deductible if you have the money to do so. This can really work to your advantage if you have the savings in place to cover smaller damage claims.

Paying your mortgage off can significantly impact the premium on your yearly homeowner's insurance. ...

Old Town

A travel blog entry by ranlo on Sep 17, 2013

13 photos

... br> --LINDENHOF HILL: Walked the narrow cobblestone streets up to enjoy the lovely view from the hilltop and then through the "Schipfe" neighborhood (city's oldest) next to the Limmett River.

Something stuck in my head

A travel blog entry by 2swiss on Sep 06, 2013

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... toward foreigners at virtually zero, you’re statistically safer in Pyongyang than you are in Seoul.

From experience:
It took one 20-minute phone conversation with the Chinese company processing my visa for me to realize just how wildly misinformed I was about getting into North Korea. In a tone that projected “don’t worry, we get this all the time,” I was assured a) nothing I hear on the news has any affect on tourism, b) Americans, ...

Switzerland, the end of the trip.

A travel blog entry by psing on Jul 20, 2013

... the National Council ( our House of Reps) has a proportional representation system with the number of members proportional to the population of the various cantons. Zurich, for example has 34 of the 200 members and some small cantons only have one member. The smaller chamber or Council of States only has 46 members. Each canton has two members and, like our Senate, it's supposed to guarantee that smaller cantons are equally represented and aren't ...