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... kids in strollers. I have no idea where everyone is but maybe lots are away on vacation.
Ray called around noon to say that he has the car and is going to attempt the drive from downtown Bangkok to home. I was hopeful that I would see him again at some point! 45 minutes later, he pulled up into the driveway looking quite pleased with himself. He said that the drive was actually pretty direct and surprisingly easy. I guess it is a bit weird to drive ...
Zurich has been on my list of places to visit from the beginning. I was so excited when Matt told me we would be going there for a few days. When I first arrived I was surprised because they use Swiss Francs instead of the Euro. Luckily the exchange rate for the currencies was roughly the same. Zurich is one of the most expensive places I have ever been! Things are so pricey because they have extremely low income taxes (Max out at 11.5%) ...
... or over a very narrow bridge on our way up. The train was surprisingly full and we figured that most of the people staying in Zermatt must have been on their way up if they weren’t part of the fanatical skiing crowd getting in some early season turns.
At the top we were rewarded handsomely for our perilous journey because the views were amazing! We met a couple from New York who were also on their honeymoon and made fast friends as we traded cameras ...
... It was another 2 hour journey. Apart from there being more spectacular countryside, the trip was just another train. I may sound blasé about the countryside but it really IS beautiful. I can certainly understand why people want to live here. Upon arrival in Lucerne we were given a very brief coach tour of the city. This was followed by a one hour boat tour of Lake Lucerne. Apparently to cruise the entire lake takes about 4 ...
... the Swiss Alps, Lake Lucerne and cows with bells. *sigh* then, tomorrow, we leave Lucerne for a day of travelling to Paris. Yet, another language swap!!! We are now fluent in 4 languages, which are quite often delivered in the one sentance, eg. Guten Tag, Ciao, Alfreidesein, Bonjourno, etc.........now we need to add French. Yikes!
Catch you all in Paris!
Ciao, Arriverderci, Au revoir, Auf Wiedersehen, Dag, Guten nacht!
Sal and Lea