Sorell Hotel Seefeld

Address: Seefeldstrasse 63, Zürich, Zürich, CH-8008 , Switzerland | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Kreis 8 area of Zürich, is near Museum of Art (Kunsthaus Zurich), Opera House, Botanical Garden (Botanischer Garten), and Lake Zurich: Eastern Bank.
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    Travel Blogs from Zürich

    A Long Night of Travels

    A travel blog entry by _klarock on Jan 29, 2015

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    3:00am came early. I had fallen asleep on the plane around 12:30am, but didn't get much of a good night's sleep. When we woke up, I seemed to be up for good. While it was 3:00am in New York time, it was already 8:00am in Zurich, Switzerland so the sun was up and beaming through the airplane window. I stared off into space for awhile and was in and out of sleep until about 3:30am/8:30am when the stewardess came through the aisles with breakfast - a croissant with jam, yogurt, and orange ...

    Spectacular Switzerland!

    A travel blog entry by dbworld2see on Nov 18, 2014

    22 photos

    ... we made it to the airport and returned the car without incident. That meant once again tackling a different train system in a new country but luckily by this time we were fairly good at navigating the signs for ticket machines and what stop we needed. We did unfortunately end up just ten cents short of being able to pay for our tickets with all of the change in Bree’s purse so we had to use a twenty franc note and got tons of change in return instead! Oh well. We ...

    Swiss Alps - UNESCO world heritage site.

    A travel blog entry by miss_melissa on Aug 14, 2014

    ... friendly. It's like walking into 'Elysium' (if you have ever watched that terrible Matt Damon film). Anyway, so the train literally goes through the town where pedestrians wave as you go by and then the world heritage part starts. If you ever do anything in Europe, or even in your life, it's to catch this train. Twenty kilometres of the most breathtaking and picturesque scenery you will ever see. Mountains and pine trees (like real Christmas trees), waterfalls and ...

    Long Flight

    A travel blog entry by wickmantravel on Jan 20, 2014

    1 photo

    ... was up most of the night. The first night is a bit of a blur, but I know there was not much sleeping...there was a lot of mommy, Grace and Clara playing in the living room. I think Clara finally fell asleep around 4:30am (for a few hours) and I am not sure when Grace slept...Clara spent the first few days thinking every time she slept it was nap time...so there were short naps through the days. We were happy to be here, finally, but so tired after this first ...

    Mountain climbing - photos now uploaded

    A travel blog entry by laceys.log on Oct 16, 2013

    17 photos

    ... rolls and snacks. We opted for a comfortable quick meal in the restaurant, lovely view, good food (a huge heap of marinated salmon and salad for Pete, yummy leek and potato soup for me). Then it was 3.15 and time to meet for the train and the journey was reversed, this time we were on the other side of the train so had better views down the valleys, the views up and down are really amazing. There was a fair amount of sleep amongst ...