I am not sure if this is the right section for this discussion, but here goes. My long term girlfriend and I have decided to get married this coming summer. We are planning to hold the wedding here in Zurich.We were wondering if anyone out there knew of an good companies that specialized in wedding services? We are looking for florists, caterers, printers, dj and the like. Any advice would be welcome
Hi thereI just wanted to clarify the situation with respect to digital radio. My BBC World reception in Zürich on the analogue radio is exceptionally poor, so I was thinking of purchasing a digital radio. However there seems to be some conflicting information on the capacity to receive the BBC signal digitally:This page gives a digital frequency:http://zurich.angloinfo.com/information/70/emedia.aspThe BBC suggests it's not at all possible:http://www.bbc.co.uk/worldservice/institutional/2009/03/000000_digitallistening.shtmlBut they also suggest it's a question of DRM v DAB:http://www.bbc.co.uk/worldservice/institutional/2009/03/090313_whatisdigitalradio.shtmlI really don't know what the radios are here. Has anyone had any luck in actually listening to English-speaking digital radio in Zürich???Cheers,Clare.
Hello I am new here, and was in Lucerne last night and it was like Hallowe'en was in the town and more. People told me it's Fastnacht " I think you spell it without a T. It only starts on Thursday they said, so why the heck are they all dressed up already? Explanation please so I know when and where to party. I didn't event think of bring a costume with me, but maybe I should have!! Sami
I was amazed to find that usual groceries are hard to find. Chocolate chips, cake mixes, velveeta cheese, clamato juice and more. Peanut butter I finally did find in a store, but not as good as Kraft or Jiffy. Is there a secret place for foreigners to find this stuff? WAs going to have stuff sent, but it is soooo expensive. Thanks for you input, newgirlintown.