Hotel am Hochrhein
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Beverage Selection
- Free parking
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... and bought myself a shot glass to add to my collection (I'm getting one from each country i visit) as well as a couple Swiss Army knives for myself and family/friends. After shopping, I took the train to Uetliberg mountain. I wasn't sure what to expect but I'd heard great things about it from my dorm mates the first night here in Zurich. Man were they right, it's amazing! I found it as beautiful to being at the top of the Eiffel Tower, looking down on all of France. Best ...
Had an early breakfast then spent a couple of hours having a look around Bern, including the bears, after whom the city was named. We had decided that we would move on to Zurich as we still have so much to fit in to our itinerary. Spent some time on the toll way then couldn't resist driving through some villages. The outskirts of Zurich are much like any city - grotty! As we drove in to the city centre we realised we would get caught up in more National ...
Zurich was the start of my 9 day adventure through Switzerland and Austria with Meghann, a friend from Australia currently living in London.
Having arrived at different times, we met at the main train station before walking down the main street and finding somewhere for lunch. The sun was shinning bright and the day was warm. We happened to stumble across a self serve restaurant with amazing food of all kinds, from salads to curries to pasta to samosas ...
Thurs 2/1/14After breakfast I met Luca, 18, and Cecille, 20 (whom I vaguely remembered from their visit to our farm in 2000), and we all had a chat on Skype to my folks at home. Both Luzia and Hans had the day off and had kindly planned to take me on a day’s tour of central Switzerland. First stop was Lucern, where we wandered around the city centre admiring an old church and the famous wooden bridge, most of which was tragically burnt down in the ‘90s ...
Today we greeted Celena at the airport and welcomed her to Zurich and Europe by going to Starbucks and getting some coffee. . After she settled into her room, we took the train downtown Zurich. Then took a shuttle boat to a boat cruise on the lake. Walked around for awhile, enjoyed a nice meal, and headed back to the hotel. ...