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... and we found our German one. I had Weiner Schnitzel and Glen had pork - both very Deutsch. And there was a singer/guitarist playing just a few tables away in the next restaurant. (All this is outside because the weather is great and it stays light until about 9pm). He was a lovely player and had a reasonable voice. Bed by 10.30pm. The noises from the street were fairly loud but the beer made me ...
... of my feet used to be, I turn on BBC to some tennis, set the bed to raise both my head and feet and immediately fall asleep for two hours. When I wake up, I see a note from Suzanne that our hotel is having a free wine tasting on the roof in an hour and she'll meet me up there. God I love this place! Little background: when I started planning when to come to Switzerland, Suzanne (who lives in the UK) mentioned she'd be in Zurich tonight so I planned ...
... best seat on the bus for leg room, and as those of you that have flown with Liz will attest, Liz is a stickler for fair play and leg room. So she was bound and determined to get the seat. As it turned out the line up for the bus, loading in the front, was forming and the hog pushed her way to the front; looked like Liz would Lose. However, just then the middle door opened and our hero, Liz, was in like a ...
With a mix of sadness and joy, we said au revoir to Paris yesterday and had our final croissant and café. The best part about the train journey to Switzerland was watching the changing landscape as we passed through eastern France. Every now and then, the countryside was dotted romantically with little villages. We knew we were in for a treat when we started to see the mountains emerge in the distance. The way to our hostel (called ...
... It was so cool soaring above the snow covered trees, houses etc and so pretty. By the time we reached the top we were pretty cold! But walked around in the amazingly soft snow at the lookout up the top. I also saw a snow flake up close for the first time, they fully are like the 'snow flake' pictures! Absolutely beautiful and so soft, I kept pushing piles off the mountain cause it looked like dry ice as it tumbled down. So pretty! We also walked through some caves ...
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