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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
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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 ...
Sunday morning more Sightseeing before we drove to dover to catch the last Ferry to the Continent where we drove for another 100 miles or so before checking in in a typical French, fully Automatic Roadside inn.
In the morning we drove true the beautiful French Country side over the Vogesen Mountain Range to Mulhouse where we entered Switzerland.
we arrived at my Mothers House around 6 PM and sitting together with Family ...
... made Mary very excited about geocaching. For the next cache, Kit let Mary led us with the GPS. The cache was supposed to be very close to the gondola entrance. This time we were looking for a traditional cache and the clue to the location was about something on the ground. Again, it was a quick find! Mary kicked over a fake rock and found the cache (Zumpi) inside! Kit and I placed the four travel bugs we brought with us inside the ...
... group were last to leave the restuarant and we sang and danced our way across the bridge on the way home to the hotel. Can't understand why people weren't giving us money - we are thinking of entering the next Australian Idol.
Next morning we went on our ride up the steepest cogwheel railway train in the world. Views were spectacular, some of us were content to sit in the middle of the carriage and look ahed not down where we had come from. We spent some time on ...