Gasthof Hirschen

Address: Untergass 28, Eglisau, Zürich, 8193, Switzerland | Inn
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This inn, located on Untergass 28, Eglisau, is near Bergtrotte Osterfingen and Town Hall (Rathaus).
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    A travel blog entry by wheretobooboo on Jun 19, 2015

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    ... something the other day which sums it up beautifully: "I am not anti-social, I am just anti-idiot". Today we caught the train to St Moritz, through some more spectacular scenery. And tomorrow we will be on the Glacier Express, where even more wonders await. We will run out of superlatives, and our necks will be sore from swivelling from one stunning vista to another. How awful! Ah, it's so good to be back in Europe. We had forgotten how much we love ...

    Zurich to Venice

    A travel blog entry by kas19 on Oct 08, 2014

    ... altitudes (Ryan's observation as I was fast asleep for most of the ride). I woke in time to observe the train crossing from the mainland to the island of Venice. We disembarked at the Venice station and then hopped on to a vaparetto (water bus) and cruised down the Grande Canal to our stop at the Rialto Bridge. The first view of the Grande Canal were surreal as it is so strange to see a city with its buildings meeting the water's edge. The water is a light aqua blue, quite a unique ...

    A wet ending

    A travel blog entry by jakers on Jul 02, 2014

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    ... once again. Not only does the Claw chase and tickle them in the neck, he now has pets. There is Polumous Negros, a black swan, a caterpillar named Wormy, a squirrel named Nicky, an eagle called Baldy, a bee called Beeson, and a cat named Pouisse Foussiez. Finally there is a German shorthair named Spitz. Good thing this trip is coming to an end...we are running out of pet names. Another train ride back to our hotel and a sushi dinner down the street completed Day ...

    Day trip

    A travel blog entry by paulausman on Apr 26, 2014

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    ... found a spot in the park and sat on the ledge to the water and enjoyed my last meal in Switzerland after a week of being in this awesome country. I then took a nighttime walk, spent my last 9 CHF on souvenirs since I figured I can't use that currency anywhere else and it wouldn't be worth converting into euros. Then I headed to the train station for my 10:40pm train to Vienna. This is why I'm writing this now, because the train station had no wi-fi last ...


    A travel blog entry by pam_steve on Oct 10, 2013

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    ... they were incredibly expensive. If you visit Zurich, beware! Unfortunately the $40 price tag did not make the subs taste any better than your usual Subway sub. We took our subs to go and them on a park bench by the lake. Today we just walked and enjoyed the warm sun on a brisk autumn day in the lakeside park. We have many great things to say about Switzerland, but it is just too expensive for us to stay here any longer. Tomorrow we are Germany bound! ...