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My friends Bev is still in town with her hubby and two boys. With my husband coming back for the week-end, we organised a get away to beautiful Luzern, one hour drive from Zürich. This is the very place to visit in Switzerland. It’s where I saw the most people…

My husband is now working overseas and he came back home on Thursday 7th May as it was our 10 YEAR ANNIVERSARY! We decided to celebrate the next day over lunch while the kids are at school so we could enjoy family time the evening before. We had heard of…

I didn’t even thought my kids would love it but they did, so this is a definite winner: Verrine cremeuse et croustillante à la pomme i.e. Creamy crunchy apple dessert. It takes 2 minutes, it looks good, it has a mix of textures, it’s super healthy. Here is all you…

Manu’s taking the keyboard for that one as he is the one who went exploring it. Switzerland, number 1 chocolate country (sorry Belgian friends!), Lindt factory and Easter coming up. When you mix these 3 elements, it’s time to head to Lindt Ostermarkt and score some chocolates! We saw the…

My husband is turning 38 and for his lunch celebration I wanted something grand that will remind him of Zurich forever. The choice was easy: Dolder Grand Hotel, the iconic hotel with a view on the Lake and its very particular architecture, combining old and new.   As you arrive,…

This is our first ever family ski holiday trip. We considered going to Thredbo or Perisher back when we were living in Australia but it was 6,000 AUD (4,300 euros) a week with little guarantee of snow, smaller slopes than in Europe and the kids where too young to enjoy…

Hi everyone! A bit of ranting today. I’m on holidays at a ski resort and we decided to explore the biggest ski field in Davos Klosters: Parsenn. You go up from the city center with a vertical train. It all sounds very modern and well engineered, well Swiss style. HOWEVER…

This restaurant review is for the locals. I’m sure you’ve been shopping in Dietlikon at the big Coop supermarket (which is our absolute favourite because of their French lay-out and scan system), Ikea, H&M, Jumbo or Toys R Us. Maybe you’ve even been to the movies at the big Pathe Cinema complex,and you…