Take part in Ron's Urban Signs Photo trip. If you come across any unusual signs, shop windows, adverts or street art in your world travels, take a picture and upload it to the website. Limit yourself to your very best shots from where you've been and what you've seen!
I normally associate pop-ups with short stays but plant based restaurant Anoah is going to be with us for a while. They’ll be throwing their doors open on Wednesday and will remain with us right the way until the end of August. The
2. Tips: How to find your dream flat
You didn't manage to get your dream flat? Don't worry, ask Ron. I'm sure these tips will help you to secure a flat of your dreams.
1. How to deal with the agency
Most flats are rented out through an agency. Some are very
3. A New Pleasure
I get all excited when there is a new restaurant to try and this week Silex , which is located right next to Bahnhof Wiedikon, opens its doors for the very first time. The cuisine is modern European and, as they put it,
1. Pictures around the world
Show me your favorite pictures from the world, do not forget to mark them on the map!
2. Zurich Photo Trip
1. A different perspective on breakfast
This is the shopping list that my flatmate Luki wrote on a post-it yesterday, which looks much the same as the lists of many other millenials. It took him three minutes to walk to the nearest shop, where he filled his basket,
1. Casa nostrana
Albisstrasse 25, 8038 Zürich
2. Lucky Dumpling: Authentic Chinese
6 years ago we welcomed 'Dini Mueter' to the Langstrasse. This summer, the bar and restaurant underwent a refurbishment and just reopened its doors with a new concept and a new name. Well, actually the new name is also the concept: Lucky
3. Ooki: All the way from Tokyo
Whenever a new Japanese restaurant opens somewhere, you can be sure that I’m not far behind. This new locale is called Ooki and serves gyoza, ramen, tempura, udon, Japanese curries and sake. The interior is very authentic, the
Looking for the girl with broken left leg reading book in Zurich Letten.
I meet her on Saturday 19 Jun 2021 around 9pm.
She broke a leg some weeks ago and she had an operation about two weeks ago.
Blue (pretty) eyes.
She was reading a book and we spoke briefly.
She is from Germany.
If you see her please tell her that I would love to talk to her again.
Auf der Suche nach dem Mädchen mit gebrochenem linken Bein Lesebuch in Zürich Letten.
Ich treffe sie am Samstag den 19.06.2021 gegen 21:00 Uhr.
Blaue (hübsche) Augen.
Sie hat sich vor einigen Wochen ein Bein gebrochen und wurde vor etwa zwei Wochen operiert.
Sie las ein Buch und wir unterhielten uns kurz.
Sie kommt ursprünglich aus Deutschland.
Wenn Sie sie sehen, sagen Sie ihr bitte, dass ich gerne wieder mit ihr sprechen würde.
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