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... It involved a short carcable car ride as well. It was awesome to visit her place of study and a couple of her fellow students.
As she was busy for the rest of the afternoon we left our bags with her and headed out to walk around the waterfront. Many beautiful old buildings and interesting people to look at. We caught a ferry onto the lake and got off at the first stop. From there we walked back along waterfront parks - busy with ...
... and her explanation sounds easy enough. However, as we get to the kiosk for train and tram tickets, we now realize we're not sure where to go, how to buy it, and how to get there once we have a ticket. Did I mention there is a heat wave in Europe? The trains are hot, the trams are hot, the train station is hot, lines to get assistance or currency exchange are long and hot. Notice the pattern here?? After ...
... they can be as big as a house.) Most apartments are only 3 storeys high and have large balconies or open out to gardens. Benjamin and Nicholas' apartment opens onto a large yard and backs onto a forest complete with a gurgling stream. It is very serene. After a good night's sleep, we were on the move again, off to explore downtown Zurich. I quite liked the Swiss flag, it is one of my favourite colours, namely red and complete with a white cross. A perfect flag for ...
After getting lost in Locerne, I went to Zurich and checked out the Christmas lights on the main street of 'Bahnhofstrasse'.
I only had a hour before I had to catch the train back Andys place.
I quickly walked half way down the street and checked out the lights. ...
... ok. The next challenge was to change the computer into English. The next morning we continued trying to figure out how to change the language settings on the laptop. It was really hard trying to work out what you were doing when we couldn't understand anything. It was very tedious translating every option and message trying to find the right settings to change! Eventually Matt ended up going over the road to a shopping centre where he found a computer store and asked ...