- Room service
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... next -Us! Keryn is due to fly out to Majorca tomorrow, so it's a shame she won't be here but she has her Masters degree to complete and must put in five weeks of intensive work during the summer break. The family will join her after our departure, but for the next week we are able to enjoy our grandchildren and maybe spoil them a little. Zurich has turned on some beautiful weather for us, with maybe just a little rain if you can believe the forecasters , More soon, Garry and ...
... the guy asked if we were bringing in sausages. Huh? Confusion. Light. Nope. Those were cookies, finger-shaped.
That was it - cab home.
Quick unpack to make sure all the bottles survived. We had no casualties.
Out for sushi and back to crash. A long day.
PS - After all this time of my trying to get a clear photo of Golden Gate Bridge from the plane and never quite succeeding, T got lots on this flight.
Saturday, 21st September Finally, a two day stay in one place!! It was nice to not have to get up and pack our suitcases to go on yet another long journey into the next country or two! And what a beautiful place to have one more day to explore. Lucerne! Kate and I woke early despite the extra day as we'd opted to join the excursion up Mount Pilates first thing that morning. Standing at 7000 metres high, it was hoped we ...
... roll in and past the town, which was kind of impressive - glad I wasn't still out in it though!
Finally, I got caught up on Doctor Who, as I'd missed two episodes due to being in Egypt. Great episodes, but sad to think that the season is almost over - only one more to go, so hopefully I can watch that while I'm in Rome!
(No photos today as the hotel wifi isn't working, will upload when I can) (EDIT 18/5: Photos up!)
... at the Lauterbrunnen and Klienn Schlatte stops. We made up past Lauterbrunnen to Wengen (right before Kl. Sch.), where we found out that strong storm winds made the pass to Jungfrau totally impassible. So, we explored Wengen, whilst we saw a lovely cow parade through town. (See photos.)
After Wengen, we got on the train back to Lauterbrunnen and sat next to a lovely couple from Manchester, UK, who advised us to take a lift up to Murren and hike down the ...