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... get on and off the train quickly.
Once we arrived at the Zurich station, we needed to locate the train that would take us to the airport where we could pick up our rental car. This was quite the confusing experience because we couldn't speak or read the language. We were able to find a tourist information person who spoke English and she assisted us with the purchase of our tickets. We finally boarded the ...
... I waited til our train arrived and used the free bathroom on it. Back on track now, we managed to catch the right trains and buses the rest of the way to Switzerland. And throughout the whole journey, we continued to see the sky-high mountains and alps first seen in Austria. Absolutely amazing :) It was about 7.30pm when we arrived in Lucerne, Switzerland. Upon exiting the train station, we saw a big Ferris wheel, other rides and games stalls. ...
... called Gallika , where her cravings were satisfied. As always we ate too much so we stopped at the Opus bar on the way home and had a medicinal schnapps. Huggy contacted us and said he was just leaving Basel and would be home in about an hour so we headed back to his place where he soon joined us. The 3 of us chewed the fat, so to speak, until the wee hours of the morning . Beaver and Slug crawling in to bed at 4.20! Mmmm something familiar about that ...
... my way down the mountain falling numerous times. The back flip off the cliff was actually me not being able to stop and almost falling off the side of a cliff and the only 720 I did was when I fell on some ice and spun around on the ground a few times. Not impressive at all. But it was so much fun. One time I fell and was starting to get frustrated with myself. I then looked up and took in exactly where I was. On the side of a mountain in the ...
... in Pyongyang — not dissimilar to Nixon’s in Beijing or Obama’s in Yangon. And on this day, any historic contributions, for better or worse, made by Kim-era tourists will be a far, long-forgotten cry from the power-political narrative of the day.
It’s a mistake to assume all tourist contributions will be forgotten, however. I hardly doubt the boy that now knows the name of Neil Armstrong will ever again look up at the moon without an added sense of wonder.