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As a hotel guest, they give me ticket for free travelling around the city. The city separated by the lake. Almost every shops selling watches. I don't understand why people buy expensive watch which the same value to buy a car. can any one tell me?.
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3. Switzerland is EXPENSIVE! There are luxury stores, hotels, and restaurants everywhere. Rolex, Tag, Cartier, Four Seasons Hotel, Armani, Prada, InterContinental Hotel are a few of the common brands and places we came across. The average price for meals was about 20 dollars.
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... couches of the airport cafe. It was the place to be. We were soon joined by a pair from Albania who chatted to us for ages whilst we ate our dinner and a homeless looking man who looked like a local to the couch. We realised that we were probably sitting in his bed so we moved and he sat there and made himself comfortable. I then offered him a sandwich and he politely declined in pretty good English. He then went to sleep as did we and the Albanian pair. ...
... was going to be expensive, but I had no idea how expensive. Fish and Chips for 33 francs ( about $40) and everything else from burgers to pasta at least 23 francs. Finally I ended up at the grocery store, where I was able to buy a pasta salad, a giant soft pretzel, an iced tea and a Swiss chocolate bar, all for 7 francs!
I spent the night in my hostel room talking with the two Dutch girls in my room.
... school) speak very well English. . Love the skiing, love the village, love the ease of access . Skiing looks relatively limited on paper but links to nearby Grand
Bornand and easy driving access to Chamonix/Megeve etc means you won't
I will not hesitate to recommend La Clusaz to anyone. Just come once, you fall in love with it ...