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... red inflatable paddle board out…..I could not stand up on it, it was far too unstable. Tegz found it difficult too, but managed it. I faffed around on it for nearly 20 minutes and then decided to swap my board so paddled kneeling back to the shore. Tegz was in agreement and followed me. Once we swapped to bigger rigid boards I was up on my feet in no time, loving every minute. It was just so calm, peaceful, relaxing, chilling……but still with ...
... up a church’s tower. From the top of the tower we got a good view over Zurich, we could see all the old buildings as well as a great view of the lake and the mountains off in the distance at the end of Lake Zurich. There were a number of jetties around the river and lake that we could see, which turned out to be swimming spots for locals to either swim in the lake or hang out sunbathing.
After walking through Zurich’s old buildings ...
... at the Tuileries in 1792. Globetrotter Mark Twain described the Lion of Lucerne as "the saddest and most moving piece of rock in the world". After this we made our way walking around the Museeggmauer (Musegg Wall) that borders the old town of Luzern built in 1386 for protection of invaders. During our walk it started to snow. After a Christian Steri, 5 ...
... was ready to face the day although only ate very light. We headed out of no name town and drove to Heidelberg where we did a quick walk around and saw the historic centre, took a few photos and grabbed a bottle of water and back on the bus. The temperature was soaring and made it 38 C this day. We headed to Mannheim to the John Deere Factory. We knew we were getting close as we started to drive in circles. This has happened with all the farms we visit as well, ...
... sensitive, as are the taps. Something I think could be very useful at home.
I was the first in the room, so I dropped my gear and headed off for a walk. a little way out of the town centre I found and Aldi, and although I am not a big Aldi shopper I thought I would pop in to see what differences there were between Swiss Aldi and Raymond Terrace Aldi and I found one straight away. The Swiss don't eat bullets, can you believe it - no Aldi bullets! I have been looking in other ...