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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Russian TV Channels Available
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- TV Channel One Russia
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... organise a hire car for us the remainder of the road trip. And to our complete surprise (and delight), when asking the Peugeot guys what we owed them for the work done during the day, they say 'nothing, you're friendly, funny people and on holiday and we want you to have good memories of Switzerland' well you can't argue with that!! That left us to go through our boot load of possessions and decide what was to continue on with us and what could be done without. We need to be able to ...
... 250ml of long life milk and the cheapest cereal I could find!!! (What did I make some of you are thinking? A vegetable and bacon stuffed potato!)
I visited Zurich, Lucern, Interlaken, Gimmelwald and Bern all via train. And what a way to see the spectacular scenery- it's truly something that has to be seen to be believed. And travelling by train is an absolute must in Switzerland. They were always on time, ...
... but everything else was closed. What a disaster, as this meant no chocolate from the Lucerne chocolate shop! Fortunately, an outlet at the main station in Zurich had recently been opened. Jackson was happy about this as this meant he could have chocolate!
At the end of our journey our train driver announced in English (among other languages) the following: "This the end of the line. Please leave the train. Thank you for ...
... night .... With more cheese. It's fondue for dinner - served traditionally with potatoes and bread but we added vege for dipping, and Kev had to go one further, dunking cheese into the cheese fondue. Boris managed to get us some cheap train tickets tonight which saved us about CHF250 (£160)! Trains are super expensive here and was originally about half of our holiday budget, but we've been told they are a dream to travel on. We only have a 6 minute changeover ...
... t a bad deal for Zurich. After dinner we walked some more, even checking out the local grocery stores. In hind sight, we should have bought some chocolate and snacks because the next morning before getting on the train all the grocery stores were closed. By this time there were a ton of people on the streets, all ready to start their Saturday night. It was only about 7:00 but we decided to head back to the hotel and get some rest. Brittany even let me get a beer for the ...