Steigenberger Bellerive au Lac
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... it's close to the size of LAX, but LAX is nowhere as clean as this one. Very impressive. Once in the air, Elisa gets to experience what it is like to be on a plane where she doesn't understand the language. Up until this point, we have been in Spain and Italy and those languages are both derived from Latin and very similar. Similar to the point she is able to understand and converse enough to get us thru ...
... as the Rhine Falls are still a beautiful sight. It was a lovely day for a walk around the falls admiring the views as we went. The great thing about being in Europe in May is that the tourist hordes are still to arrive. There are no queues and room to roam as you please. While the grown-ups enjoyed a freshly cooked sausage and some of the best chips they had tasted, we played at the hill side playground. Playgrounds in Switzerland that we have seen are designed ...
There is nothing like catching the train through the Italian and Swiss Alps. In
a word, it's incredible!
The train passage takes you up through the Italian Alps and down
through the Swiss Alps. The majority of mountain tops have snow on them. Not
only that, but the train twists ...
Time saving tip - if google maps tells you it's a 30 minute walk or less to your accommodation, just walk. It almost always takes us under half that time to get there and figuring out public transport can take forever, especially if you jump on the wrong bus / tram and need to back track. A 15 minute walk took us 2 hrs via public transport in Florence the other day, 'twas a nightmare. Speaking of Florence, it's where we said goodbye to Italy. During our week there we had ...
... ok. The next challenge was to change the computer into English. The next morning we continued trying to figure out how to change the language settings on the laptop. It was really hard trying to work out what you were doing when we couldn't understand anything. It was very tedious translating every option and message trying to find the right settings to change! Eventually Matt ended up going over the road to a shopping centre where he found a computer store and asked ...