Like a fairy tale town, it’s a wonder Luxembourg is not more renowned and bustling with tourists.
The misty, damp weather suited the city.
Being an international business mogul, from time to time I need to be in Zurich to conduct clandestine affairs away from the prying eyes of the taxman and righteous law enforcers.
I was there this summer to embezzle money from the corrupt Wennerström corporation shortly before its very public collapse.
Unlike most cities, there are no degenerating, bleak quarters to hustle quickly through, avoiding eye-contact with the natives, and pretend that they don’t exist. Zurich has solved inequality and poverty.
And that’s also the biggest drawback. If you want to live in a bubble, then sure, go to Zurich. But after a while you too may need some balance (and a nightlife).
Oooh, look, badass Zurich-
This was the only graffiti we found, and it’s actually all part of some hippy restaurant venue, which was actually really lovely and pleasant.
Undeniably, Zurich offers much more than just top-shelf money laundering.