I'm sure you heard the rumours that the Bernese are sometimes a bit slow. Well, I have to revise that when it comes to ice cream because the first Gelateria Di Berna was opened in the capital in 2010. Hence the name. Their branch in Zurich opened this May and I have to say, I'm upset to find out what I've been missing out on all these years.
In my opinion they truly offer the best ice-cream in town and I'm surprised that no one else came up with a similar concept. But at least they're finally here and I warmly welcome them to Kreis 3.
The prices are fair: 3.50 for two flavours are a refreshing bargain in this town. The ice cream is organic and from local ingredients, the staff is charming and the flavours change regularly.
I even go as far as to say: Their ice cream tastes so good that I forgive them for turning this little quiet oasis called Brupbacherplatz into the new square to be.
Just a warning: The stuff is addictive. So far I tried: Mint-chocolate, mango, rhubarb and hazelnut. And I'll be back for more.
I've told you before but another warning can't hurt. Fraudsters are active on all housing platforms in Switzerland. Also on my pages. Unfortunately, I can't guarantee that all offers are genuine. I do my best to blacklist any i catch but
2. Return To Sender
I know that many of you Ronsters may be currently incarcerated by Canton Zurich’s contact tracing people. And if you are stuck at home on Saturday night, twiddling your thumbs then i suggest you tune in to the GDS.sender awards which
3. Simon Says...
Simon says, «Stand On Your Head». Simon says, «Touch your nose». Simon says, «Try Taiwanese cuisine». Yes, there is a new Taiwainese restaurant that has recently opened just off the Langstrasse. The restaurant, named «Simon
1. Nature Photography
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2. Russischer Transport
Welches russische Transportmittel würdet Ihr wählen: Gagarins Rakete "Wostok", den Bio-Lada oder das Dnepr Seitenwagengespann?
3. Zurich Photo Trip
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It’s the last week of January, February is upon us and we can look forward to sunnier days ahead. But i still have some fantastic prizes to give away as part of my «Januarloch» competition. First up, i have a fantastic one year subscription to the Boulder Lounge in Schlieren . Hit the link and then hit «Schreib Mir» to let me know why you’d like to win. Feel a bit self conscious when talking about wine? Well i can solve that as I can give away tickets to a «Beautiful Drinking» course from Sobre Mesa for you and a companion. Hit the link and then hit «Schreib Mir» to let me know why you’d like to win. Finally. Feeling like getting fit for the new year? I can offer a 6 month subscription to Indigo fitness worth a whopping CHF 1090. Hit the link and then hit «Schreib Mir» to let me know why you’d like to win. Good luck.
I've just been refused entry to a cafe in Zurich because their Vaccine app doesn't recognise my UK vaccination certificate.
The owners of the app tell me there are no plans to fix this.
Has anyone else had this problem?
Does anyone have any suggestions?