The Dolder Grand
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
TripAdvisor Reviews The Dolder Grand Zürich
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... hour+ of train and tram we finally arrive to our hotel. Getting to the room and you guessed it, it's hot there too. We were a bit spoiled by the A/C we had in Barcelona, but this room is not quite as cooled as we're accustomed to. They show us the control and it shows to be set as low as it can go, but it's nowhere close. I'm guessing it's a stale 80-85 in the room.
Once unpacked and ready for food, ...
... a lake with vistas of snow topped mountains. It is very picturesque. It was pretty exciting to be greeted by our friends Benjamin, Nicholas and their parents Kerry and Thomas. The airport was a happening place on a Sunday afternoon. We learnt that a lot of people come to the airport for an outing on Sundays. There is a great viewing platform, playground, shops and eateries to attract the masses. Nearly everything else in Zurich is closed on Sundays. As in most European ...
... ndia] can't give me any wifi, got the computer charging at least courtesy of AAI. Had a skim through The Goan, the local weekly paper. More pix culling to pass the time. A delay of some half hour not a big deal when one has hours to burn with a 0205 departure.
Happy to see in Air India's Shubh Yatad magazine articles on Puskkar and Hampi. Did not realize was going via Mumbai. Had a mango juice and cookies on that short haul.
At Mumbai, stayed on ...
... lived in Switzerland all their lives but have also been out to Australia many times. I stayed with them at their home in Utzenstorf (small town with a population of 4000, about 30 minutes from Berne) who thoroughly spoiled me whilst visiting. I was in backpackers heaven the moment I walked in the door, finding out I had a room to myself (with a double bed) and my own bathroom and if that wasn't good enough dinner was the most wonderfully cooked baked salmon accompanied with a ...
... one that was adorned in pretty flowers and accompanied by an old stone watch tower. We spent the morning strolling around the main part of town enjoying the scenery and the sunshine. After lunch we headed back to the hotel, loaded up the car, and hit the road again. We were moving on to Bern where we were looking forward to some good fellowship after a couple of weeks in the wilderness, and hopefully, a more stress free experience for the second half of our stay in ...