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A lot of restaurants and bars in Zurich are open on Sundays. So is the Zurich Zoo. You can also take a train to go somewhere and see mountains, or hike up the local mountain (Uetliberg). What sort of activity did you have in mind?
Swiss Cottage is also open all day on Sundays and would be well worth a visit from the OP.
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Old 15.08.2011, 13:58
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Swiss Cottage is also open all day on Sundays and would be well worth a visit from the OP.
Indeed, but cottaging isn't to everyone's taste, is it?
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Re: Lindt and Sprungli chocolate factory- HOW TO GET THERE?

I wonder if the op's IP address is the same one as the guy from Iraq looking for asylum recently, or any number of other one hit wonder newbies we've had recently.
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And do u have any suggestions about where to go in sunday?
Anything open?
All the churches are open on Sunday. Some give out free wine and biscuits.
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hi riki23,

the lindt factory is closed on sundays. Other people have already told you how to get there from zurich and what the opening times are on other days.

A lot of restaurants and bars in zurich are open on sundays. So is the zurich zoo. You can also take a train to go somewhere and see mountains, or hike up the local mountain (uetliberg). What sort of activity did you have in mind?
hey!
Thx for the reply
i will definitely go to check out the zoo
im planning a chill out activity
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i will definitely go to check out the zoo
im planning a chill out activity
If it's chilling out in the zoo you're after, you might enjoy the 'Evening with the Lions" experience.

Upon a small payment to Darius AG (the leisure company which organises such things), you can spend the evening communing with the lions in their own environment. You can watch them eat, sleep and play, all at very close quarters. Indeed, the highlight of the experience is participating directly with them at feeding time. Lions just love having someone for dinner.

Something to consider, perhaps?
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If it's chilling out in the zoo you're after, you might enjoy the 'Evening with the Lions" experience.

Upon a small payment to Darius AG (the leisure company which organises such things), you can spend the evening communing with the lions in their own environment. You can watch them eat, sleep and play, all at very close quarters. Indeed, the highlight of the experience is participating directly with them at feeding time. Lions just love having someone for dinner.

Something to consider, perhaps?


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if it's chilling out in the zoo you're after, you might enjoy the 'evening with the lions" experience.

Upon a small payment to darius ag (the leisure company which organises such things), you can spend the evening communing with the lions in their own environment. You can watch them eat, sleep and play, all at very close quarters. Indeed, the highlight of the experience is participating directly with them at feeding time. Lions just love having someone for dinner.

Something to consider, perhaps?
lol :d i will definitely consider it!
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Re: Lindt and Sprungli chocolate factory- HOW TO GET THERE?

If it's a nice day you can go to Atzmännig and ride the toboggan for free

or a free boat trip on the Thuner & Brienzer lakes (near Interlaken).

Happy 24th birthday, Riki23.
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If it's a nice day you can go to Atzmännig and ride the toboggan for free

or a free boat trip on the Thuner & Brienzer lakes (near Interlaken).

Happy 24th birthday, Riki23.
wow that looks so much fun!
How much time is it to get there from zurich?
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Re: Lindt and Sprungli chocolate factory- HOW TO GET THERE?

1-2 hours. less if you fly. more if you walk.
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