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60; This was the second best day of our trip. Personally this was my favorite site visit day and learning trip. Started off the day with breakfast in the hotel lobby and headed on to our bus for the journey ahead. We proceeded to the World Trade Organization, for our first site visit of they day. The security of this organization was very high (of course). The building and atmosphere was great. ...
... that had of course very strict policies on pictures and devices which you can definitely expect. After this we traveled on the tour bus to Vevey Switzerland which was a very enjoyable ride where we traveled along the coastline and saw great sights of vineyards, mountains and coastal waters. We then had an opportunity to get our own lunch and have time to explore a bit of this coastal town. A student and ...
... the clouds.
From the top of the mountain we walked down towards Chrindi (1642 m high). Along the way we saw lots of different flowers, clouds, some lakes and even snow (even though the sun was at several times burning). And from Chrindi we took a gondola back down to Erlenbach.
Tomorrow I'll be flying to New York, so I'd better go to bed early.
... At one stage Travis bit the dust, head first and his face was numb with cold. Bridgette and Steven had to go as Steven had to milk and Bridgette was performing in a concert which we are going to tonight. Travis and Jessie walked to the dog sledding, but they were closed for the day. Home and rested, we went to Bridgette’s concert. She plays clarinet in the local Fahni band and they played 4 or ...
... important its location still is. The Chateau de Chillon is Switzerland’s most visited castle and was an absolute wonder to explore.
We perused exhibits on the witch-hunts, the famous dungeons of Chillon that formed the subject of Lord Byron’s poem the Prisoner of Chillon, and stood atop the towering battlements. We read about the famous dopplesoldners: Germanic mercenaries famous for wielding gargantuan long swords. In the end we probably spent three ...
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