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- Airport Transportation
- Minbar in room
- Russian TV Channels Available
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- TV Channel One Russia
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... then customs and a train from our terminal to the baggage claim area, finally through and up to the information counter who pointed us in the direction of the hotel, it's within the airport. Checked in and the hotel let us have the keys straight away, so had a couple hours sleep.
Decided to go for a walk, ...
... we were handed hot, wet towels that we used to wash our faces, which seemed to make all the difference in waking up and feeling a little cleaner. We were also served a small square of Swiss chocolate with every meal.
After breakfast, Meghan and I talked and I nodded off a few times for a few minutes before we began descending. We had a window seat, so we were able to see Switzerland from the window- and it was BEAUTIFUL. The mountains were so pretty, and were covered in ...
... hill to see the main town square for a bit before heading on to our next destination. Overall Lausanne was a beautiful little town and if we hadn’t caught the weather just right I’m sure we would have loved it.
To make up for our somewhat disappointing scenery the day before, we opted to rebel against the GPS instructions and took the small shoreline road that traced along Lake Geneva as we made our way to Geneva itself. We stopped in a couple of ...
... ago.... yep... never happened. My adventure was successful and I then tried my hardest to find a decent asian noodle restaurant in the city to no avail since I was for some reason craving them, but I had to settle for a kebab as cheap and fast was what I wanted after wandering around for awhile. I almost went out that night with a guy from my hostel after we had a couple beers together but lost my energy ...
... Zurich, there are over 1200 in the city, all fed by a glacier spring! They have lots of different types too. After a good look around we wandered through some of the streets in the old town til we got to the Fraumunster, the biggest/oldest church in Zurich. We weren't allowed to take pictures but there were some lovely stained glass windows. Continuing down the riverside in the old town, we saw some lovely views across the river, and eventually got to the ...