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... like to book accommodation go through Michelle Bridges like we did. Michelle booked our accommodation on the fourth floor but there was no elevator. That meant carrying our luggage up floor flights of stairs great way to loose a few kilos. Michelle Bridges runs a really good boot camp. Well done Michelle!! After all that hard yakka it was off for a few steins then a stroll around the city to get our bearings. Then off to bed for an early ...
... be an effective friend-maker. I found Zürich to be a little on the boring side, and noticed that there were no brown people about. And only a handful of Asians. And there was no free Wi-Fi anywhere!
Despite it being Valentines Day, I got the idea to email Mike and see if he would like to join me for a late lunch because it beats eating alone and it is always nice to get to know a new person better. So I went back to the street the hotel was on, and basically crouched on ...
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... br> Stopped at a Grocery Store in the Train Station for bread, cheese, apples, etc., which we ate for dinner back at the hotel.
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Tourists, however, can expect to see a less censored, more off-the-record side of the Korean people. In just a few days I fielded thought-provoking, conversation-igniting questions from, “Are you allowed to make fun of your leaders in America?” to “What’s YouTube like?” to “Do people hate us?” to “How do you do the Gangnam Style ...