Seehotel Mierhof

Bahnofstrasse 4, Zürich, Zürich, 8810, Switzerland | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on Bahnofstrasse 4, Zürich, is near Sprungli and Anna Goldi Museum.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Seehotel Mierhof Zürich

4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
 

Travel Blogs from Zürich

Day 3: Zürich

A travel blog entry by dilushani on Feb 14, 2014

1 comment, 2 photos

... There were also certain things he said that just made me think, 'um..' We exchanged numbers for whatsapp and attempted to take a photo together but it turned out terribly. I asked about what it was like to live in Zürich and spoke of some far fledged idea I have to raise my kids here so that they become multilingual. He has done a lot of travelling and had backpacked all around Australia many, many years ago. Early 2000 in fact. When I was just starting high school. So he is ...

Shoes - Every Woman's Plus Some Men's Best Friends

A travel blog entry by handbags55433 on Jan 19, 14

... shoes should be extremely comfortable. It's probably a smart idea to select something diffrent if you're trying shoes on that have you feeling like they should be broken in first. Breaking in new shoes could make your feet develop problems.

Don't pay a lot of or inadequate when shoe shopping. It's worth the money to purchase a high quality set of jogging shoes created from the best materials. Don't overpay for shoes that celebrities endorse. ...

Something stuck in my head

A travel blog entry by 2swiss on Sep 06, 2013

1 photo

... in Pyongyang — not dissimilar to Nixon’s in Beijing or Obama’s in Yangon. And on this day, any historic contributions, for better or worse, made by Kim-era tourists will be a far, long-forgotten cry from the power-political narrative of the day.

It’s a mistake to assume all tourist contributions will be forgotten, however. I hardly doubt the boy that now knows the name of Neil Armstrong will ever again look up at the moon without an added sense of wonder.

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Switzerland, the end of the trip.

A travel blog entry by psing on Jul 20, 2013

... took about an hour from Bern. Zurich has often been voted as the most liveable city in the world and we can understand why. The city has a stunning setting. It's surrounded by low mountains and it encircles Lake Zurich. The Limmat River meanders through the city into this lake. It has a fabulous integrated transport system that makes ours in Sydney an embarrassment. Why can't the idiots who keep tinkering with our appalling system come over here (or to Barcelona, ...

Chocolate and Friends in Zurich

A travel blog entry by davidavi on Aug 20, 2012

10 photos

... around their necks, walking around taking pictures and cruising the Swiss shops. I was there to visit a friend I met back in high, making the living cheap, and the hospitality great! Zurich would definitely be a wonderful place to live and comparing it to Vancouver is no mistake. The Alps give Zurich's skyline something to talk about, especially when the sun is low. If I were to pick ...