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... corporations, such as Nestle, The Swatch Group and Gunvor.
In addition, I would bring him to the Swiss National Museum, Museum of Design, Oskar Reinhart Museum, learning the country's culture.
By visiting the headquarters of those giant corporations, we hope to meet innovative people who are always excited about new ideas. Since the living standard is high in Switzerland, we will meet people who live above average than most of the people in the ...
So we left Peschiera, en route to Bonnal, France. We decided to drive through Switzerland. Absolutely amazing scenery!!! Little to write of as the photos speak for themselves... We stopped only for a toilet stop and coffee, as we had another campsite in France awaiting ...
After checking in our nice hotel facing the waterfalls - the clock at the church just next door started to chime for very long! Coupled that with cows (with Swiss traditional cowbells) just outside our window till late. It was really full of "natural" sounds.
Mental note that should we return - to check out Schynige Platte instead. Sometimes you don't really need to be at the highest point to enjoy the views!
... that I tired fairly easily when climbing stairs and had to move more slowly than I normally do.
The Jungfraujoch is an amazing feat of engineering. The Wengernalp railway opened in June1893, and in August 1893 the first concept drawings were sketched by Adolf Guyer-Zeller. Construction started in July 1896, using a construction force of about 100 Italian labourers. The Kleine Scheidegg-Eigergletshcer section was opened in September 1898, but ...
... lived there in Faido! Dale and Nancy went with us the next day, found the place where she lived but no one was home! I left a note for her and the tour guide was going try and call! Long story, but it was really exciting to see the town and how much it had changed! We also went up to a ski area called Cari where my grandma' brother raised cattle during the summer! One of the older people who worked at the restaurant we ate, knew of Giacomo and had said ...