Hotel & Spa Bristol
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... was covered by the Mobilis pass that were given to us. But Zurich is in different canton and hence we bought a Swiss pass. We planned everything on previous night and left early in the morning on Saturday ( i.e. 12th July) . We reached Zurich around 10 am and took a boat ride in the lake of Zurich. Zurich is more of a city than a place of natural beauty. Next we headed to Rhine falls. It is the largest falls in Europe. We took a boat ...
Lots of mixed emotions going on right now, ranging from excitement about what's ahead, to nostalgia about what we're about to leave behind.
What has become clearer than ever over the past few months is that we can safely say to have the most amazing family, friends and colleagues, and we feel very grateful for the many special moments, words of encouragement ...
... ended up making it (with no time to spare) and for home about 10:30. We were so tired and ready to crawl in our beds but quickly realized we didn't have any power. Thankfully Shane didn't freak out like I did and found out that the breaker had flipped so it was an easy fix. Unfortunately, all the food I had put in the freezer didn't make it and smelled awful! Oh well, that can be replaced and taken care of tomorrow! For now we're just happy we have electricity and heat! It was an AMAZING ...
Well, here we are, getting to the stage where it's all becoming very real now! What started off as a late night dreamy conversation more than 1 year ago (potentially there were some bottles of wine involved) about wanting to go and see the world, is actually about to happen.
And what a year it has been! Initial dreams very quickly turned into real plans with a very real, ...
It was a sunny Saturday afternoon as Steve and I packed the girls bags for our first train ride down to Fribourg for the St. Nicholas Festival. Every year on the evening of the first Saturday in December, St. Nicholas rides into Friboug on his donkey, escorted by a procession of musicians, singers, and men dressed in black cloaks with "whipping brooms" made of twigs. St. Nicholas is a 4th century bishop from ...