Hotel Eden au Lac
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Smoking rooms available
- TV Other Russia
- High-speed internet in room
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... I had the middle beds, which of course had about 6 inches to lay in. Eventually we got help and figured out to have more space. Weston sat in a cart with a bunch of science major guys, Brooke had 3 old men in her cart, Chandler was surrounded by crazy kids, and I was in a cart with a 5 person family and a baby. What an adventure this sleep is going to bed! Welp, all we can do now is sleep, so goodnight! See you in ...
... another stretch of the river, then through the Platzspitz park behind the Swiss National Museum. We didn't have time to tour the museum so we hit a grocery store to pick up snacks for the train.
Back to the station to reclaim luggage then onto the train. We managed to find two unreserved seats and settled in to enjoy the trip through the countryside...and promptly fell asleep about 10 minutes into the trip. So much for the view of the Alps!
We arrived in Munich ...
... to come through or to be spotted and snagged. Then we followed the directions on an email from Carol and went in search of a staff member from LdM. Thank God Meghan was with me, or I would've been way more nervous - there was no staff member to meet us. We went outside and stood for a couple of minutes before realizing that the taxis did not pick up in the same area that they dropped off. One girl approached us who was traveling alone and we all went to the side of the building with ...
... offering that we just head out to an early dinner to celebrate her successful brave new adventure of a foreign haircut. We found a great little French bistro and had a wonderful meal, quickly remembering why we enjoyed our time driving through France so much!
The next morning we needed to get up an out pretty early to make our way to the airport because our exciting Turkish rendezvous with our friends Ed and Anna awaited us! We absolutely loved our time ...
... or white, go-or-no scenario, the financial argument reigns supreme among non-advocates. There is no doubt that if you travel to and through North Korea, your money will end up in the cult-of-personality coffers.
The take: Neither your tourist dollars nor all the tourist dollars in North Korea are likely to have any affect on the regimes policies or longevity. Tourism accounts for only .001 percent of the Hermit Kingdom’s annual $40 billion GDP.