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... 14 hrs!We all have 'fond' memories of the little cherub having a cry, followed by a coughing fit then only one thing can follow this repertoire-yep, the vom! The smell of which wafted throughout the cabin. Truly delightful!
After a quick stop over, we hesitantly boarded flight number three to London. Much better! In no time at all we found ourselves hopping on the first of our numerous tube trips to and checking into our hotel which brings us to day one in London.
I got back to Zurich at 4:00pm & following Ian’s instructions got the number two tram to Zypressen where I found the Olympia Hotel almost immediately & booked in. Had a small rest & walked two stops to Letzigraben with the plan to meet Ian who had to work meeting ...
... Only s quick chat as we were leaving. Off we go again and the scenery starts to get more dramatic as the sides of the valley close in. Lots of waterfalls cascading down. Smaller farm houses and cows with the bells around their necks. Then we enter the Gottard tunnel. 16km long!!!. Traffic is regulated going in and following distance is monitored. Awesome bit of engineering. When we pop out the other side we are into German Speaking Switzerland. Here the scenery ...
... to Neuschwanstein Castle and I was really hoping that we may be going there for our second surprise stop and I mentioned to Mick that I thought it might be there, I was quite disappointed when he told me I had the location wrong - it is close to the Austrian border in Germany, not the Swiss border :( Maybe one day!
Our next surprise stop ...
... nearer our hostel; the city of Belfast lads were staying in a hotel, also nearby. We found a restaurant owned by Greeks, where they gave us some food and large beers. In there I led a loud and thorough rendition of "We're Not Brazil, We're Northern Ireland" with me and Graham holding and dancing to our club fleg. We continued to drink for ...