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It's been a hectic few days, getting ready for this trip, but finally I'm on my way! Pegasus Airlines cancelled my Istanbul to Konya flight and I didn't find out till late Sunday! Managed to rebook for the next morning (Wed) and find a room in the airport hotel. Now I'm on my way ...
... 8000001907349px; line-height: normal;">Our car transer to Zermatt arrived on time, 1600metres high in the Swiss alps overlooked by the Matterhorn, the highest mountain in Europe. Such a majestic creature. We had heard that it was sometimes unlucky to see, because of cloud cover, but the gods were smiling and even though we had a little rain on arrival, it cleared and the next 2 days were magic. It is a typical ski village, cable cars, funiculars, train up ...
... the presentation we left the WTO and loaded the bus and went through the countryside in Switzerland where we stopped at a cute little town on the water to have lunch before we headed to Nestle. Tracy and I went on our own to find lunch, we knew we wanted to eat somewhere near the water and be able to see the alps from our spot. We found a cute little place where we each got a salad and a ham and cheese sandwich. Since we were in Switzerland the cheese they put ...
First thing this morning we headed out to Swisscom to sign up for cell phone contracts. After waiting a little while we got someone who luckily speaks English. We figured out what plan we wanted and she started the process. When she called head office she hang up and told us we had to pay a deposit before we could sign up for cell phone contracts. In Geneve all bills are paid at La Poste. I'm not sure why but every bill we pay you pay there. ...
... that with a Portuguese father, a half Argentinian, half American mother, they had travelled a great deal. He now spoke, English, Portuguese, Spanish, Italian and French fluently. I was envious. I think he enjoyed speaking in English with me. I tipped him nicely. Later, I was glancing over some souvenirs with not much interest when I heard a strident voice nearby demand of the stallholder how far those Alps were from Geneva. The stallholder spoke no English, but the questioner ...