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... the molten cheese over the meat and veggies and then eat it. Repeating with a new slice of cheese as required. We've had fondue before but never raclette and loved every single tasty bite and actually prefer raclette because we didn't walk away from dinner uncomfortably full of molten cheese as you do with fondue. Jus wants to go back there on Sunday night straight after the tour so we'll book for that night, we nearly didn't get a table last night. Xoxo A & ...
... wanted. We passed a Fondue house - something truly Swiss, but were not hungry enough for the $70 CHF a head dinner. Our walk was hampered by the fact that some form of marathon was being raced through the city streets. Every way we turned the streets were blocked and competitors were running by. We got glimpses of the old houses and monuments but they were overshadowed by big white tents with race ...
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The window was nearly square. It looked great from the outside. Thumbing through books and magazines, and the Internet search engines, I found several plans for building a bay window from scratch. By Sunday evening we had the new window installed and the roof and skirting completed. We just felt that our particular house looked better with three panel bay window rather than the multiple panel bow windows.
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We bade a sad farewell to the Alps this morning. It was great seeing the mountains and we had great weather nearly every day.
We caught the train from Zermatt to Visp. While on the train we talked to the conductor and decided to alter things a bit. We ended up going on to Brig. There we transferred to the mountain train, which goes directly to Zurich via Bern. Once the train passes Visp, it enters a tunnel ...
... thru the pavestones. A regular occurence (twice a day) at high tide from October onwards. Thankfully we didn't have to wade thru 1 foot of yucky water today! We spent the afternoon on a delightful island, Burano. A fisherman's village. We enjoyed a traditional seafood Italian meal in one of the local restaurants then wandered the streets/canals, viewing lacework and famous Murano glasswork. The village was so colourful, with most houses painted a different ...