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... to camp there... But it was okay. We were told to "pick up our rubbish and be on our way." How lucky, right? We packed up the tent then endured the "hop of shame" back over the railing and before we left, shared a few laughs with the cops. They were way nice.
Having very limited use of Internet each day, it's hard to know what to do once you arrive to a new country or city. I downloaded a few offline apps (Apps that you can ...
... and antique pews are in their perfect rows. The alter is covered in a velvet red and gold candle sticks. 0_0 woaahh. There is no one else in here - I felt like I was an archaeologist that had just discovered King Tut's tomb. We sit in a random pew and just gawk in amazement that this jewel is just hanging out right off the street and how many tourist pass by and have no clue what they just walked over. We finally realize we have more to see and say goodbye to ...
... they are far more expensive for petrol and charge 95 a night for a 2 star hotel. When did air conditioning become a feature of 3 star and above hotels only. I suppose when I check out they will charge me for the electricity and water.
Dinner at least was very tasty (even without our wine, which we'll drink another night) and the host here and the staff are very cheerful.
15 Sept - No pictures of Langendorf and we're off to Zurich. ...
... him to turn off the light until i realise that it is the sun coming up! hilarious!
I find out the next morning that they had gone up to the roof and taken pictures!
Yes we were due to leave today but our plans went awry... the booking of our next place wasn't possible. So instead we go with Martin and his friend to a football match in Thun. They are playing Zurich grasshoppers (who we are now supporting). You know me. I dont ...
... morning walking about Lake Thun, the water like glass as swans drifted idley by, causing ripples to cut through crystal clear reflections of blue skies above and the snowy peaks before us. As we walked, the sheer size of the lake revealed itself, stretching out far into the horizon. Unable to truly tell where the lake finished and the mountains began, we decided to walk the entire distance might take us a full day, if not more, so we opted instead to simply sit and admire all that ...
- Pets allowed