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... grandmother (Mutti) today so took a bus.
This was a slightly longer bus ride, enroute partway the bus was boarded by 3-4 people in dark uniforms. Ticket guys - random check!
Buses have at least 3+ doors for boarding so at a stop they all got on through separate bus doors. A little intimidating to see but interesting. So that's how they check buses. On trains and boats, ticket-guy(s) go through and check everyone aboard and ...
... pretty tired by then from all the tooing and froing to the station in the rain, so decided to find a riverside bar and have a much deserved glass of wine. We sat down and ordered two glasses at the very high price of 13 CHF each, to find that a glass of wine in Switzerland was only 100ml - gone in basically one sip. As we would obviously go broke at that rate, we headed to the closeby Coop supermarket, where we got ...
... do one. She has put up with a lot recently if you get my drift. Next, both Ellie and Luke are doing a half Iron Man just before we return to the SWCP!
One more thing to add from the summer recess: Roger and Nikki Dowe have been over from New Zealand again and stayed with us for a while. Roger and Hallmark Limousines have sponsored the cause by £100; thanks very much guys and it has been great to see you again
So here we go: Mawgan Porth to ...
... What a big difference! And Switzerland has a law mandating each person have insurance which is not provided by the government or the workplace. The visits to the pharmacies has been one of the most interesting parts of the trip for me as we had the opportunity to view and learn about the health care system in this different countries. Tomorrow, we look forward to visiting Mount Titlis and I am very excited about this day trip! Until we return, Tory ...
... but one in particular, at 19:00 hours, the bells went on for like 20 plus minutes ... Cool but after about 60 seconds it became very annoying. Zurich is pretty; a river flows through the city and leads to a big lake. Lots and lots of boats and people out enjoying the weather. We saw a few churches but the high viewpoint of the city was probably my favorite. Didn't have enough time to really enjoy it here but glad we were able to make it ...