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... at that moment my decision was made to stop there for the night.
It was now well after 4pm and I had virtually been on the go all day and not even stopped for a coffee along the way. I had planned to be well passed this area by this time but thanks to those passes being closed I was now behind schedule, however its not a times race so only time will tell how far I get in the end.
Plan for tomorrow is to get to the top of Stelvio and perhaps beyond so watch this ...
... it is just becoming harder to see it and I have the feeling my Homeland is on sale , with People coming from everywhere and take advantage of a very Generous Welfare system , but the Cage is getting full. they call this progress here! well everything is close here anyway Zürich Airport being only 20 k to the east and you can watch the the Airliners intercepting the Localizer and G/S to RWY14 at LSZH in a 2 minute interval during Rush-hour on the ...
... worldwide and 2,500 in their Ditzingen operation (near Stuttgart), which is like a little village. It is a very modern facility and spread over multiple buildings, which are all connected by a series of underground passages which protects them during the harsh winters.
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... my hiking boots. In fact there seem to be more back country / sporting stores than fashion stores.
I like Zurich. We found a lot of the places my sister and I explored as well as the 'Walking Tour' sites marked out on the map. Again we enjoyed wandering without any real plan.
At 13:55 the next day (precisely) we boarded the train to Jona (yo-nah). Katharina was there to meet us at the station. Again we had drizzle but not for long! Plans for ...
Quick entry to reflect a lunch stop in Liechtenstein. This tiny country is most famous for selling postage stamps, and the fact that almost every European tour operator includes a few minutes here so they can boast of another country visited. Now that I think about it, maybe that 's what we did :-)