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... down to the lake again and checked out a 1.5 hours lake cruise. Again it was a very nice and relaxing way to see the area. Then we jumped on the local trams and soon discovered that Zurich's old town is very small and the rest of Zurich is like any other city. Not much to see, although the swiss museum looked interesting but we don't have time this trip. The main shopping drag is pretty busy mid- morning and we bought some swiss chocolate. Its a nicer area than where we ...
... We have walked a ton today. Eldon even walked further. Once we got settled in our hotel and went to get on the Internet he realized he's left a major component to plug in his computer at the hotel we stayed in last night. So, he had to schlep up the hill about a kilometer to a store that charged him an arm and a leg for what he left behind. Oh well, accidents do happen. I'm just glad it happened to him and not me.
Dinner was a true ...
... called Sinalco at the summit restaurant (a rare treat in our family). Even though it was cloudy, we had a magnificent 360 panoramic view of the surrounding region including lake Geneva and the Fribourg Pre-Alps. Both Sam Jackson and Catherine felt a strong sense of accomplishment that day.
Our third "physical" outing during our stay in Fribourg was a bike ride around the Lac de Morat. We took advantage of the sunny weather that day and drove to ...
... But sadly this problem didn't go away until Tuesday morning which had an impact on my sightseeing and my running. Needless to say my energy levels were low and I felt like I was carrying bricks around in my tummy. On the Saturday instead of going to Bern, Michi took me for a long walk around his village (Le Mouret) through the forest and farmlands - it was about 9-10km all up, and that was all I could manage. Of course I was feeling tourist and runners guilt (as ...
This morning we had our first lecture, "What Are Human Rights?" by Andrea Egbuna of the Swiss Center of Expertise in Human Rights. We learned about how involved so many different organizations are with international human rights protection and how ...