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I wish I could say that I just feel sorry for you, but honestly - I hate your excuses and I can't hear them anymore... I don't even want to help you, I rather want to stick a sparkling candle in your ass, kick you over the edge of the world and enjoy all the idiots out there shining for me for the rest of my life, while I complain about the other idiots left on earth.
Am I any better? Probably not.
But at least my sky is full of sparkling ...
... huge airport and we caught a train between terminals. We checked in and everything was going well, the next flight was more cramped but I managed to sleep for most of the 13 hours. We finally arrived in Zurich and the blast of cold air quickly woke me up, I love the feeling when you first step off a plane and feel the different climate.
We got straight through security and went to collect our bags, and they weren't ...
... go in Zurich so we were quite pleased with ourselves making our first supermarket purchases. Shortly after, we got going for the day as our plan for the day was to follow a city walking tour on a map we had gotten. From the main station we got lost so just kept walking around the city until we decided to take a tram to the lake where we were going to investigate getting a ferry across. When we arrived a boat had just pulled up and it turned out that it was going on a ...
... and insurance companies. I didn't feel up to shopping for a Louis Vuitton purse or opening a Swiss savings account, so we skipped those areas and just hung around the main drag along the river. We saw plenty of churches with beautifully crafted spires. Many of the buildings had roofs or spires that were covered with copper that had been left to patina over the ...
... there were still more history within the city itself.
Even from the supposedly "vantage-point" of Lindenhof hill - some old fort - could see that they wasn't really very much to see.
Can I also say that Zurich was particularly difficult to follow cos' German street names and building names are just so confusing! Like church is Munster?? (sounds like monster)
The food in Swiss was so expensive - so in Zurich we had Macs and lots of just take-away food.