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... town France no one at the garage speaks any English. James comes to the rescue with his 'faux-French' which quickly progressed to actual French, with the help of some hand waving/charades. Computer thing reset and the helpful garage man tells us we should be fine but just need to take it easy for the rest of the journey. We make it out to Annecy which is as beautiful as everyone had told us. Quaint old town with canals running through the streets and all beside a picturesque ...
... because Weston was no where in sight, we hurried on the train. Chandler still didn't have his passport or train tickets, so we walked up and down the train to find Weston. Luckily, 10 minutes before our train was to depart, Weston hoped on board! We were so thankful he made it! When he got on, his ticket said he was seat 97. However, seat 97 didn't exist, the seat looked like it had been removed or had never ...
... of art. Jackson quite liked the orange floor in the basement. (Remember that orange and red are his favourite colours?) Oh, and the art was quite interesting too. We had experienced a little morning rain, however, upon exiting the museum, the sun was shining brightly and lunch time was approaching. We searched in vain for a table in the sunshine, but to no avail as these were a highly sought after commodity ...
Standard rail fromMunich to Zurich is 6 hours, luckily we are on the fast direct which is 4 hours. Early start to get the 7:15am, it's now 7:14am and as the Germans do, it will pull out in one minute........bang right on time. Dry and a warm 6 in Munich this morning, expecting zero and snow in Zurich. We have a night in Zurich arriving back in Munich near midnight on Wednesday. Wonderful trip down, the scenery was just spectacular. Zurich was just as it was 25 years ...
... barking up the wrong tree.
Argument 3: You’re not going to see anything real.
The give: Outside of your hotel, there’s no freedom to go anywhere without the chaperonage
of your guide, and every site you visit somehow exaggeratingly glorifies the Great Leaders, the military or the hyperbolic feats of the Korean people.
The take: No amount of political theater can hide North Korea’s decrepit infrastructure,
vacant roads ...