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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 ...
... 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.
... flowers and music.
Across the street from the train station is the Swiss National Museum where Peter was excited to see the weaponry and a large battle diarama. I liked the clothing exhibit. They have a man's suit, actual clothing someone wore, that is more than 400 years old! I cannot imagine how it was preserved in such perfect condition all that time.
We visited the Fraumunster and Grossmunster churches. ...
... 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 ...
... water onto your back/neck/shoulders. There is also a waterfall that you can stand under for a good pressure on your head and back and a round section in the middle that has a bit of a current and pushes you along so you don't have to swim at all.
Downstairs they have a very shallow pool where people were just lying on their backs, floating on the surface but not moving around. We copied them and once our ears were ...