Hotel St. Gotthard
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... train, on the adjacent platform, was due to leave in ten minutes, so a major crisis was averted. Soon after leaving Andermatt the train entered a tunnel, and after about twenty minutes we emerged from the other side of the Swiss Alps. We were slightly disappointed to learn that we had missed out on thirty kilometres of Swiss Alps, but we were soon again wowed by the seemingly endless mountain scenery here. We noticed another change at this stage of the journey. ...
... pigging out on the buffet of breads, rolls, croissants, cheeses, fruit salad. I made eye contact with a youngish looking man who was thin and tall and sitting near the front and eating breakfast. He smiled at me and I immediately smiled back. Customary yes? But over the course of breakfast he kept smiling at me so I kept smiling back. He seemed to be really friendly and smiley, and there's nothing wrong with that. I decided that new me should say hi and talk to as many ...
... drill and bits, level, stapler, utility knife, tin snips and a caulking gun. This is not going to be a job that you can complete during a Saturday afternoon. Chances are you are not going to finish it in a weekend, for that matter. Shim as necessary to level the window.
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It was the perfect spot. If you are enlarging ...
... br> Stopped at a Grocery Store in the Train Station for bread, cheese, apples, etc., which we ate for dinner back at the hotel.
Our last day in Switzerland, a country with STUNNING SCENERY EVERYWHERE!!
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... to North Korea on Sep 6, 2013. In case they disappear, here's the text:
The Internet, friends and my own reason provided no shortage of thought-provoking criticism. For starters, North Korea is home to numerous concentration camps, a largely malnourished population and a paranoid, hyper-Orwellian regime that consciously deprives hospitals of
electricity to ensure nationalistic monuments are bathed in ample lighting.
The further you look in, the darker ...