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Old 26.07.2015, 13:35
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Re: How to deal with noisy party from neighbors?

In general the Swiss don't want noise after ten O'clock at night. That's a sort of acknowledged agreement as to what is decent. What suits the majority wins no matter how difficult that is to understand. There isn't really a 'party' culture here where people think that getting pissed and making a bloody racket is acceptable. For those who want to 'party' there are opportunities on hand - for instance a Waldhütte party is a good idea to protect your neighbours right to peace at night, although the animal nightlife won't be pleased. I live in Kloten where we are thankful for the ban on nightflights and are also pleased when all those (and I don't mean all) raucous Ice-hockey fans have at last got home. Odd that chuch bells disturb so many people whereas some boyband sluggung out a din apparently is acceptable for the neighbours to put up with.
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