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- Airport Transportation
- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Russian TV Channels Available
- TV RTR Planeta Russia
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... memorable. Over the years we have found that relationships built through hosting have provided us with wonderful friends in various parts of the world - what lucky people we are. We had an early start to Monday - up at 03.30 am to meet a taxi at 04.45 am to take us to the airport. It was raining so must be time for us to leave. We waved our good-bye to Sarah's apartment which was all in darkness. We had no problems checking our luggage directly through ...
... are in German. We did dinner in a little Italian place nearby and were in bed nice and early with only minimal fighting over who is sleeping in which room...we have 2 rooms next to each other with 3 beds in each! Tomorrow we wanted to head out to the Uetliberg which is a mountain overlooking Zurich that has snow on it and is a nice nature area where we can walk around. We will see it this go as planned..! ...
... in a darkish corner where there was a Picasso hanging above our shoulders, with no protective alarm or any device to secure it. One could just pick it up from the nail hammered into the wooden covered walls. It was surreal but worth the experience.
Zurich made us feel welcome and would like to go back one day for a longer stay to explore a bit more of this historically rich ...
... in the East. A lot of people lost their jobs to those in the West and because their was 0 unemployment in communism, people weren't really taught what to do when they got laid off or how to get a job in the new economy. Silke says that she is happy in life and thankful. She has 2 little girls and a small house - a rarity in Germany because 2/3 of the country rents. The only thing she worries about is money, as that was not something that was typically a worry in the ...
... weeks off). From Wikipedia: Wädenswil, locally often called Wädi or Wädischwil, is a municipality in the district of Horgen in the canton of Zürich in Switzerland. The population (as of 2007) was about 19,500. The prehistoric settlement at Vorder Au is part of the Prehistoric Pile dwellings around the Alps a UNESCO World Heritage ...