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Things I have thought of along the way. Sketchers...best shoes ever. You have no idea how many times I have bent down to touch the floor because I thought the flooring was padded. I really have done this! And so many, many times I would be embarrassed to count them. ( Yes, first thing that pops into your head, isn't it? Oh..this is comfy...the floor ...
... drove on. There wasn't much room for error driving on the train as the mirrors on both sides were nearly touching the metal of the train. Anyway, as soon as the train took off we were plunged into darkness. It was the most bizarre thing ever. I think we were on for about 20 mins & it felt like we were going really fast. When we got to the other side, it felt like we were really in Switzerland, it was just like I imagined. The mountains, the trees & the wood ...
... s always farther than it looks, it's always steeper than it looks, and the Swiss hiking times on their signs are always shorter than what the average human can do. - from my hiking experience today Expenses 15SF- Titlis cable car from Gerschnialp to Truebsee 12SF- cable car to Jochpass 76SF- 4 stage cable car from Panplatten to Meiringen 33.50 SF- 2 pizzas 18 SF- 4 beers 80SF- Simons Herberge without half board Miles Walked - 11.4 Miles 2.1 mph moving average, 1.6 mph overall ...
... tells him her friends are sitting there, he snaps…flings the burger on the table and gets up and slowly makes his way out! I felt so bad for him, no one had helped him, the cleaning lady didn’t wipe up the slippy mess and then the girl wouldn’t let him eat his burger!! Aww!
So anyway, as it was raining that was probably the extent of our day, we found a good pit stop, parked and had a bottle of vino to finish off our ...
... I speak neither chinois nor German so I pretty much screwed here.
One bright shining beacon of happiness while in Luzern was the Autumn Festival which was pretty much like the Punahou Carnival except that it was like one block away from my hostel. I ate local Swiss-German fare such as Knoblibrot which was pretty much a giant log of garlic bread and then some gingerbread cake thing stuffed with marzipan. I also indulged ...
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