On my second day in Zurich, named the world's most expensive city by The Economist, I found myself sitting at an outdoor table, high above the city, savoring a splendid view of the altstadt and a tasty $3 mug of Swiss beer, while my young sons shared an ice cream cone in a moment of rare culinary cooperation.
We'd just returned from visiting James Joyce's grave, which is adjacent to the zoo (his wife thought that he'd want to be buried there because he was fond of hearing the lions roar), and after a day of cataloging Zurich's costly pleasures, we had finally discovered a relative bargain.
ZURICH has replaced Tokyo as the most expensive city in the world, according to the latest survey of the Worldwide Cost of Living from the Economist Intelligence Unit. Today's chart of the day contains a pretty graphic and an explan... Read Post
For the first time, Zurich has outpaced Tokyo as the world's most expensive city, according to a new worldwide cost of living survey by the Economist Intelligence Unit. It's been at least two decades since the Swiss city last earned... Read Post