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... and stopped at the bridge. Things just didn't look right. There were no barriers, the signs didn't appear to bar cars crossing there, there were no border guards and all the people crossing the bridge were walking on the footpath. We could see our hotel from the German side, it was teasing us, and so we drove across. Wrong decision!! At the other side Swiss border guards came running out waving their arms, looking very cross. It was clear that it was ...
... usual by minor incidents around the house and this has prompted Kev to start compiling a list of funny things that scare her. Below are the top 5 things of the last week that has scared Erin and made her jump.
'Things that scare E'
1. Cute kittens sitting on a step
2. Fluffy clouds
3. Pretty flowers in a hanging pot plant
5. Coins (because it reminded E of keys)
Conversely we recalled a few incidents where most people would ...
... there years from now, watching our kids torture my cat.
I found a lover who I loved, but we were too much for each other, and I still have my own demons to exorcise.
I found that I can live on my own, and enjoy it.
I found that alone doesn’t need to mean lonely.
I found that little things really are the big things, and looming a cable makes me laugh so hard I cry.
... church has stained glass windows designed by the famous painter Marc Chagall. Grossmunster church has some very unusual windows as well - several are sheer slices of colored agate. We climbed to the top of the Grossmunster Tower for a panoramic view of the town. It was quite the climb. The stairs are very steep and narrow - too narrow for two people to pass each other. There is a niche in the wall half way up the ...
... a couple of the official horses, one of which enjoyed flapping his lips and grabbing the gumming the guests who dared try touch him. He seemed to really enjoy himself though and was pleased when everyone laughed at his shena****ns.
The highlight though was easily the "tasting" that followed the tour. We sat in a small beer hall eating pretzels and being served pint after pint of the various beers they brew and distribute. They even had a girlie drink for ...