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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Travel Blogs from Zürich

Zurich

A travel blog entry by vmckinley11 on Aug 07, 2014

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... disappointed that it was gravel instead of grass. When the time came (we didn't just waste time for nothing) we went to the Toy Museum. The collection was really impressive, and it was in a tiny loft at the top of a building and run by a sweet old lady. She opened one of the glass sections to turn on a train set for a little ...

Choosing the Best Loss Weight Fast Diets that Work

A travel blog entry by fastdietti156 on Feb 11, 14

... regime?
It's pretty easy to find and pinpoint unhealthy weight loss programs out there. Many loss weight fast diets that promise dropping greater than a few pounds weekly might be warning signs. Other warning flags are diets that include eating just one kind of food for prolonged amounts of time (lemonade, cookies, etc). Another huge notice part is these diets that promise you can ...

Basement Mold The Most Common Place In The Home

A travel blog entry by slowtyrant465 on Jan 12, 14

... you spread them around. Cleaning up one area could spread the mold to another part of the basement. You also have to be careful when you handle moldy materials to make sure you don't breathe in the mold that is in your basement when you are going through the process of basement mold removal. When you set about this task, you should wear a paper facemask and gloves so that you don't breathe in or come in direct contact with the mold.
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Mountain climbing - photos now uploaded

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

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... travels upwards for about twenty five minutes at about a 25 degree angle, what a feat for those tunnellers 100 years ago working with such basic equipment. In two places the train stops at two ‘stations’ which have three or four openings out to the face of the mountain with big wide windows, incredible views especially from the second one, you are really in the midst of it all. I saw them on Amazing Race in the last series I think ...

Bored Yet?

A travel blog entry by fos53 on Aug 23, 2013

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... is what really is keeping me going. So thanks to you all for your patience and support: Without all that it would have been so much easier to say "I’ll finish it sometime" And I must add; back in the muddy, wet days of last autumn, and the cold and ice of Winter, I may have given up then if not for the commitment you have all made. Thanks.

Birthday Challenge?
When I set out to undertake this little adventure I initially said I wanted to finish ...