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The Opera we saw was "Un ballo in maschera" by Giuseppe Verdi. It was really well done, but with bizarre sets involving a rotating stage and a giant Medusa head, and costumes, involving lots of black angels and skeletons. The singing and the music were beautiful, especially the King and Oscar, the King’s assistant. After the Opera we walked back to the hostel, which was definitely going from one grand world to the ...
... very safe and intriguing to see that people do this on a regular basis. Zermatt is your typical old little wooden village up in the mountains covered in snow, there were people everywhere that were just up for the day or on holidays for the weekend. We decided to trek up the Mountain in the hope to get a better look at the Matterhorn which was mostly covered by clouds. Along the way we had some fun in the snow in which Reto and Tommy had a ...
... around making sure no one broke the rules. She almost pounced on a man with a crying baby, who stopped crying before she could usher them outside into the snow. Speaking of snow, it snowed continually all day long. Wet and cold, I went to find some lunch/dinner in the train station - the only place open. All of Zurich and tourists from every country on the globe were there as well. With a dose of CNN and BBC News, I am now up to speed on the events of the day.
... be around these parts
I did learn an important lesson during the run I want to
share with you all. I’ve learned that being successful is actually just being
the best that you can be. There were runners of all shapes and sizes attempting
this challenge and talking to them during the race and shaking their hands
after, it didn’t matter how fast they had run or who they had beaten, it ...
... only food that can cure paddle boat hunger, Swiss sausages and the hottest mustard in exsistance! Once the afternoon rolled in it was time to do as the Zurichians do and take part in the unsanctioned national sport of park bbqing. So we grabbed everything together and headed down to the lake and set up shop. Karin and Marc had clearly done this before because it was delicious. Once the beer was gone and Karin and I taught Marc and Sarah a lesson in cards it ...