Wednesday, May 13, 2015
My Alphabe-Thursday (5th), the letter "Z" — Some places I've been starting with "Z"
- No Countries visited (Zambia and Zimbabwe are the only countries beginning with "Z" and we won't be going to either). No States at all begin with "Z".
- Cities over 100,000 population:
Zürich, Switzerland: I think I have been to Zürich twice, both times driving through it on our way to Liechtenstein (country).
No pictures either although we may have some in a scrapbook someplace.
How we got to Zürich, Switzerland:
Our destination was Albacete, Spain, acting as a mission team to a local Baptist church there. But we also wanted to show Grand-daughter Jenna some of the Europe we have liked. I will briefly try to remember how we went.
First stop for us was London where we stayed in the Bayswater (Google Map) area for three nights. We saw a lot of the tourist rated spots. Jenna, sixteen at the time, had a crush on Harry Potter. She was very pleased to see his picture on a lot of the big red double-decker buses.
Next we flew to Madrid and were met at the airport by our church friends who drove us to Albacete where we would spend almost two weeks.
Three years before we had spent two weeks with them in a similar role. That time we helped show the youth how the American baseball and American football games are played. The second week both times we presented a vacation Bible school for all the young ones.
After spending our time there we flew to Paris, France, for a few days stay there. Then we rented a car and toured Germany, Austria, Liechtenstein, and Switzerland. On the way to Liechtenstein our travel took us through Zurich, Switzerland. I only remember it as a pretty city with a pretty lake. (Wikipedia Link, Zurich)