Astor Hotel & Serviced Apartments
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... couple of tunnels) but we made it and all off-loaded at the other end to continue on to Zermatt. So after that bit of excitement the rest of the drive was pretty easy but still very beautiful. As we got closer we knew we needed to be on the lookout for the town of Täsch since that was where we needed to park the car and catch the train into Zermatt. One of the amazing things about this tiny little village is that there are no cars allowed. Everyone uses these electric ...
... left, just as well I think for I was still feeling slightly sick and this may have been what helped me most on my way to recovery!
I didn't end up taking a lot of pictures though I will say I have some nice ones from the train ride out of Switzerland, though they're currently on my phone and shall have to be uploaded later! I really did enjoy the scenery from the train rides in and out of the country!
The beginning. After a very sad and emotional goodbye, I was off, finally off to the beautiful land of Switzerland. All of my belongings in a backpack and one 23 kg suitcase. I was so lost in Bangkok airport, between the language barrier, the masses of people and flight that apparently didn't exist, I was well and truly lost. I must have walked past each shop in the airport at least 3 times with a look of totally confusion and tears streaming down my face, I missed my family ...
All the snow in the alps is melting and rain is falling. All the water is rushing down the rivers. The Rhine is so high we had to catch a coach on our last leg as the boat couldn't make it to Basel in Switzerland. We had a terrific last night on the Helvetia and the tipping culture which we eschew in Australia pales into insignificance and Lyn or Cheryl or I are knocking over the Americans to tip. Lucerne is a beautiful ...
... of Euros and I had to withdraw new money after trying to buy a tram ticket with the wrong currency. The ATM gave me a single 100 CHF note which I then had to break. Usually it’s a nightmare even getting change for a note of half that value. Not in Switzerland though, and certainly not in Zurich. My first Swiss purchase was a 3 CHF block of milk chocolate, and they didn’t bat an eyelid when I paid with a hundred. Chocolate and large sums of ...