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... back and how do we get it and my family over to Terminal 5?". After standing around for 10 minutes and trying to entertain a 4 and 2 year old with luggage tags, Steve walked up to 2 guys and slipped them a $20 to help us get our luggage over to Terminal 5....so know we are on our way.
We eventually made it to the right terminal and started to check luggage. It turns out one piece of luggage was oh about 106 lbs so we ...
... with directors and VPs :-).
My interesting day was Wednesday night... I was running a little low on clean clothes so I found a laundry mat somewhere near the hotel (unfortunately not in walking distance). All the instructions were in German and there was nobody to ask. However, thanks to google translate I was able to do some laundry!
The hotel I stayed in was not my favorite attraction of the trip. The ...
... became an ode to the subject of man against tyranny and injustice. The reality is really not that tragic as he was a nobleman who was kidnapped for ransom against unpaid debts and was never put in the cellar prison but wined and dined upstairs in royal style until his ransom was paid.
A few interesting facts about Chillon: it was made of the local green sandstone but in the distant past was painted totally white. This was a status symbol to all around ...
... however that in most countries SIM cards are cellphone-locked, which means you cannot insert it in your cell phone (maybe your phone is already locked ;). But, in many countries, you can find places to unlock your SIM card.
I personnaly used my cellphone mostly as an alarm clock.
Regarding the charger, be careful how you store it : I was a bit heavy on it and the cable came off the plug.
... baskets and do some rough maths, some people have hundreds of dollars worth of fireworks. Switzerland is expensive but still spending $500au on fireworks is a little over the top. However there are some nice looking roman candles. I turn to the children's section. As I empty the contents of my basket, the cashier gives me a look any man fears, her look says
'is that it?'
Still one more adventure before the light departs and the fireworks ...
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