Friday, December 12, 2008

Switzerland YCTTA video

Hi guys- Happy Friday!

PART 1 of "YOU CANT TAKE THEM ANYWHERE" Switzerland has just been posted on This video covers the biggest city in Switzerland, Zurich.

We had a brief but action-packed stay in Zürich, which included lots of shopping (the Frietag building, made of recycled materials, was one of the most interesting shops we visited), dining on delicious foods (the vegetarian restaurant, Hiltl, was our favorite), and exploring every nook and cranny of the beautiful historic city with the assistance of our incredibly well-informed guide (courtesy of Zürich Tourism). In our down time, we enjoyed our very chic accommodations at The Helmhaus Hotel.

We devoted a whole day to a side adventure at Zoo Zürich, where our brilliant and hilarious (but, unfortunately, camera-shy) guide gave us a fascinating tour of the Zoo's exhibit on homosexuality in the animal kingdom. Thanks to her, we learned a lot about the gay habits of a variety of creatures. As the saying goes, we are everywhere!

We hope you'll enjoy the video devoted to our visit to Zürich, and if you have any suggestions for where we should go on future trips back there, let us (and everyone else) know!

Tune in to AE for Part 2 of YCTTA Switzerland...

YCTTA Switzerland PART 1



diana said...

Can't wait to watch this, once this WORK DAY ENDS ALREADY. Why won't it end?? Anyway, I always love these YCCTA's and I'm so excited it's in multiple parts! Yay! Thanks Bridget

Heidur Maria said...

You guys should come to Iceland someday! It's pretty awesome here :p

Jessica said...

Aww! You two are cute. =]

Different_Me said...

Lovely. I love YCTTA. Great stuff there.

Anonymous said...

Time for a more rainforest type climate---head to Costa Rica! I suggest Monteverde Cloud Forest. I spent a few summers there in college working and had an amazing adventure each time! The people are friendly (most speak English) and the concept of puravida is evident. But if you don't like to hike, then, .. well, you might want to pick an easier place. But the work was always worth it! Favorite part--climbing banana trees to eat fresh bananas (which are much bigger than what we buy in stores)!