Sorell Hotel Seefeld
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... and even had vegetables in them (something we have both been craving). We both agree that Zurich was an interesting place to visit, though we definitely spent enough time there. Everything is so overpriced that the normal person couldn't afford to spend much time there. There's a famous rail journey across Switzerland, called The Glacier Express. It's as famous as the Trans Siberian, the Flying Scotsman or Puffing Billy, and very popular. The Glacier Express is ...
... in the butt. Switzerland has become an really congested place thanks to new Euro laws , Switzerland as not being in the Euro Union had to bitterly accept true Bi- Lateral agreements results like freedom of movement which opened an floodgate attracting folks from all over coming to take advantage of the many left wing imitated welfare programs of free Government hand outs. You read about story's where an Hardcore violent Criminal gets an personal assistant , ...
... Remove the existing window. The window unit you buy will have complete installation steps. The walls and ceiling were redwood stained knotty pine and the floor was a matching hardwood. The window extended from a few inches above the floor to only a few inches below the cathedral ceiling.
Installing a bay window can easily be a do-it-yourselfer project. We had the old window out and the rough framing completed on Saturday afternoon.
And, we were right. It was ...
... sitting next to us explained the different kinds. Ordered deep-smoked beef and pork sausage from Bassersdorf with homemade German potato salad. Also had their speciality--Kalbsgeschnetzeltes nach Aurcher Art (pan fried veal and mushrooms in creamy white wine sauce with rosti); excellent! What a great ...
... hotel. Once we got settled, we walked out to the main shopping street called the Bahnhofstrasse. We passed a statue of Alfred Escher outside the station. I gather he was a railway pioneer and also a founder of Credit Suisse. We also passed a statue of Johann Pestalozzi, who was an educator and reformed the Swiss educational system. As usual in Switzerland, this is all pretty dull stuff.
We only got about a ...