Sorell Hotel Rex
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
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... get a table outside. We ordered typical swiss food - Rosti, snitzel and salad. Even tried the Swiss orange drink Aperol Spritz. At sunset we wandered back to the apartment, picked some flowers, which worked on an honesty box system and Erin started packing. Thought of Dad (Happy birthday)
Saturday 29 August - After outing to Jura park, Aagau with Christine and Rene
Back in Zurich central station we faced crowds of ...
... took Jackson and Benjamin while us smaller kids rested. Our Mummys enjoyed hot chocolates at one of Switzerland's famous chocolate cafes. All reports indicated that the toy museum was a hit. They even opened the cabinets for the boys and showed them first hand the quality of a 50 year old train set. Did I mention chocolate? Along with watch and jewellery (schmuck stores - Daddy says you have to be a schmuck to buy schmuck!!!) there are chocolate stores everywhere. Of course, ...
... the weather was looking a little more friendly so we ventured down into town to have a look around. Matt had heard that Lucerne was a beautiful city which was why we decided to visit. Well I can confirm that it is indeed a beautiful city. Like a lot of Swiss cities there was a beautiful big blue lake surrounded by towering mountains at the heart of the city. But what set this city apart from the others were the beautiful old medieval wooden bridges. In particular ...
... to earn some Euros and boy, were they earning a few. One guy was playing an accordion and the other was playing clarinet for some of their pieces, but inbetween he recited some prose, probably in Macedonian because I did not recognise the language. To be truthful, it could have been in any language and it would have been just as mesmerising - his passion, his voice and the way he moved about on his stage (the pavement) was well worth a few ...
My first December in Switzerland brought about quite a few new experiences, where tradition and the meaning of Christmas entailed not just trying to find parking in the mall or the annual photo with "Santa Claus" in the mall (for the kiddies of course..I am just a little too old for Santa ;0)). It started early in December, when on a Saturday night I heard the tinkle of bells outside my appartment door. Peering out my peep hole, I was shocked to catch a glimpse of ...