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... br> - License plates are issued to individuals. If you sell the car and buy a new one, you keep the plate.
- Mosquitos are slow moving, do not bite (usually), and are dumb. This is probably why there are no window screens in Switzerland.
- Switzerland is the only the only country with a square flag.
- They really DO have a Navy.
- In Switzerland, it is illegal to keep just one guinea ...
... for the guys to make me dinner, Zurich schnitzel - strips of veal in a mushroom cream sauce served with rosti potatoes (and snow peas). Trez yum!!
It was in the 20s when I left Vienna - here it'll go down to 2 degrees tonight.
Glad I brought some warm(ish) stuff.
Picked up the hire car in Munich. Drove in the rain to Neuschwanstein castle. We arrived at 3pm and next available tour was at 5pm. So had a walk around in the rain and decided to give the tour a miss. Drove to our hotel in Klause near Reutte in ...
What a wonderful sight to wake up to in the morning: the snow-covered peaks, the valley covered with green grass, charming Swiss chalets and beautiful sunshine. Nichola and Rhys brought me to Klosters, 25 miles from the Austrian border for a two-day visit. Their apartment at the chalet is on the third floor, giving us a wonderful view of ...
... was fierce fighting here between Austrians and Italians. After WW1 it was transferred to Italy and then in 1938 both Hitler and Mussolini agreed to send the German speaking population back to German ruled territory. During WW11, thousands of people were relocated and straggled back after the war. In 1971 The International Court in The Hague gave the province autonomy within Italy. Now I am back from my walk and invigorated ...