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... the morning in one direction and then got lunch to eat on the lake front. Sitting in the sun was lovely though it was still pretty cold there because of the snow and it was very icy for walking around.
There was a guy selling hot chestnuts on the waterfront so I bought some as I hadn't had any since I lived in England. They were very nice especially to warm you up! The view from here is amazing, the lake is lovely and there are ...
... of the world that I can only dream about. Currently, her work’s focus is on reducing heart disease in developing nations. Working in healthcare myself, this was an interesting dialogue.
Conversation soon turned to the food as the most amazing medium rare hamburgers were served, with locally grilled vegetables. Oh my goodness. It was amazing!!! Discussion soon swayed to the quality of the food. My knee jerk reaction was surprise at a ...
... basic needs. Cows, chickens, geese, rabbits, goats, horses, and pigs live in their familiar surrounding just as they did hundreds of years ago. Houses are filled with the objects that occupied the buildings, just as they might be if the owners had just left their properties. Traditional costumes filled the rooms of the first home we entered. A drugstore and gardens told the story of medicinal herb commerce and naturopathy. Hay ...
... setting in? Well it settled in alright. I was the last cable cart to make it to the tobogganing hills before the officials closed the cable lines for 2 hours. This left some of our contiki family stranded at the top! I was also very lucky with the tobogganing. The last group of girls behind me got caught in the snow storm while tobogganing down the hills! I, however, saw none of this but clear skies and trails.
Once back at the main street, those of us who ...
... and decided it didn't look like an area we wanted to eat in. It didn't seem unsafe, but it was just empty and dingy, so we turned around and looked at a place near the train station. We found a place that looked ok and had customers, a plus, so we both ordered and ate in the place which did nothing to ease the heat from the outside. I had a falafel wrap and Dmitriy had a gyro. They both had a lot of vegetables inside and weren't too greasy, so not bad. Switzerland is known ...
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