The Dolder Grand
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... of a rundown building and telling his passenger, here, number seven. She’s a round robustly built woman with dyed orangish hair, a long coat, and accented English I can’t place. She is quiet and almost firm. No, it’s a different house. You wanted seven, this is seven. No I don’t think so. Yes, that was five, there is nine, what comes between them? Seven! I was here once, this is not the building. He grunts, argues, ...
... caught a tram to view some churches and areas just south of Zurich and have a walk around. We get a little cold with the temperature just about 0 degree, so we decide to find a cafe for a coffee. We find a small cafe and stopped for a coffee and a bowl of soup each to warm our souls. We then make our way back to the hotel via a tram and train, so we can defrost a little, and start to plan our day in Lucerne tomorrow, which was highly recommended by Mostyn and ...
... until the 3rd day but we can get a plastic cup... if we pay a deposit! I must say though, it's not the worst we've stayed in and the "unsavoury" classification of the area only gives us something to laugh about and helps us forget the yellow padded walls saga in Paris 4 years ago. We dropped our bags, with no where to hang anything, there was nothing keeping us in the room. We walked to the Travel Information office at the train station to see ...
... d only got 1 card and no Swiss francs - given I don't quite trust the card not to decline I gave it miss and got a Sarnie, well pretzel, instead. This had the effect of increasing the number of French speakers I've ****** off today by murderjng their language to 2 - seriously I said 'bretzel' & 'gaseaux' but clearly without that little inflection. Of French scorn... Got to love multinational Zurich as I've got my feet up ...
... a Starbucks we felt it was appropriate to share a pumpkin spiced latte. It was a good thing that we decided to share only one latte because it was $12 for one coffee. Yikes! The weather was cool but our coffee kept us comfortable while we sat on the corner of a busy street and people watched for a while. After about an hour or so our bellies told us that it was time to go find something to eat. Steve and I have both been looking forward to eating ...