“Z” in #AtoZChallenge
Our next destination in this challenge is Zurich, the land of Snow.
“Koi baat nahi Senorita, bade bade deshon mein aisi choti choti baatein hoti rehti hain”
People growing in the 90s and watching the Bollywood movies will never forget the impact of DDLJ or any Yashraj movies. Most kids would have started believing that if there is one place for snow in the world, it would be Swiss.
The impact was so much that even today we have dedicated tours to visit the spots where these movies scenes were taken.
Don’t believe, just google for DDLJ and swiss, you will be surprised.
I am not an exception. I too had similar thoughts of visiting to Swiss to see Snow. So, when I went to Zurich, my camera was doing extremely heavy duty clicks.
The city of Zurich lies in the heart of Europe and at the center of Switzerland, on the northern shores of Lake Zurich. It attracts guests from all over the world, especially from India. Zurich is easy to reach by plane, train or car if you are in Europe.
There are good connectivity from Milan and other major cities. I did take a train from Milan Centrale.
Zurich, Land of Snow
And reached Zurich Staition.
Couple of days back I wrote a blog for this challenge about St.Moritz in Swiss and the post card perfect natural sceneries in swiss.
It’s not just the natural greens that you find all over the place in Swiss, it is also famous for the university – The Institute of Technology Zurich is associated with more than 20 Nobel prize winners.
Zurich also boasts the highest density of clubs in Switzerland – here, you can never turn up too late – parties really get going after 11.00 pm and continue into the wee hours of the morning. Here, there are no official closing times. In summer, you will find nightlife not only in the clubs but also outside in the open air.
And what a visit to Zurich without the white snow? So, here you go with the pictures of those blankets of snow.
My theme for the April 2018 #AtoZChallenge is blogging about the places I have been to and today is the last post on the challenge. Now, when I look back I am still surprised. One month before when I started I had no clue if I would be able to make it. It is not about writing posts everyday, but also about how many new blogs you read, how many new bloggers you motivate by your feedbacks etc.
It is not only about finding the right topics for each day, but also about the time you need to get in making the post.
Of course, I had many challenges to narrow down on a topic for each alphabet. And when I am stuck it was my friends who motivated me to continue with their ideas.
You can find all my #AtoZChallenge posts here.
I am both surprised, and proud when I look back to these posts. Not because I visited to so many places, and defintely not because I was able to write posts everyday. But it is because I was able to read so many ideas from global bloggers.
I take this oppurtunity to thank a-to-zchallenge team for finding in me a blogger who is also a survivor!!!