Friday, May 08, 2009

Zurich's Fall From Grace

Some people like rankings, so for those of you into this kind of thing, the 2009 Mercer report on the cities with the highest quality of life in the world just came out. So let's forget, for a moment, what the heck happened to Interlaken (it isn't even in the top 50, imagine that) and let's talk about what the heck happened to Zurich? It has fallen from its #1 ranking last year to #2 (following Vienna) this year.

Was it the weather? The street sweeper who forgot a cigarette butt one morning? The one delayed train? To try to make sense of the senseless, read more on Zurich's Fall from Grace, by visiting the Raclette Rant, over on Or, for another expat's take on the disaster, visit Swisstory Blog.


Jessica said...

Hey! Thanks for the shout out. I hope your May is going well. When I get back from the States we should catch up. ;)

Chantal said...

No problem! We should definitely get together sometime soon. It's been awhile :)

Young Traveler said...

Zurich trumps Vienna. In my heart, at least.

Chantal said...

Mine too :)

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