Sommerau Ticino Hotel
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- Swimming pool
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- Free parking
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... free city maps on GPS got me there. Hostel was pretty lame and had no atmosphere but that didn't matter. A nice walk down to the lake and a hamburger from a little shop called Bollyhood.. 7.50 CHF not too shabby at all. There was a a strange lady that started talking to me in another language down the lake and finally realised I ...
... like a stairway with around 8 to 10 rows of seats facing each other. There were windows that you could open to inhibit the stuffiness. It was a slow ride up to the 7,000ft peak. We began at the 1,400ft mark. On and on the cogs interlaced with one another and steadily moved us up the mountain, through rock tunnels, through flowery meadows, through fields of hay and past the intermittent hiker who dared walk the trail. On and on we climbed, wishing ...
... of the original church and the tomb of a saint; and finally, after a stroll up the river I climbed the hill to the Technical University and admired the great view over the city until sunset. When I got back to Jonen I had a few minutes to get ready before we all set out for a meal with the parents of Luca’s girlfriend and Cecille’s boyfriend, and their kids. Driving to the foot of a nearby hill we walked and caught a train to its summit, where ...
... up the Uetliberg, Zurich's own little mountain, making the end of the Albis mountain chain on the western side of Lake Zurich, after a gut busting up hill climb and then to the top of the look out tower at the top we were 900 metres above the city, giving a stunning view over the city, the lake and onto the Alps.
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