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... fantastic grilled tuna
Argentina for great hiking and the most delicious steaks and wines
Chile for having the coolest volcanos, geysers and salt lakes and peruvian ceviche
Colombia with the friendliest people, most diverse countryside and tasty soups
Cuba being the most confusing, back-in-time-experience and having yummy lobster
Bahamas for its marvelous sea and ...
... Kaspar Diggelmann died in Mannedorf in 1897.
We returned to our hotel in Zurich for a short while. The weather brightened a little later in the afternoon and we walked to the Kunsthaus Zurich Art Museum where we spent a couple of hours checking out their large international collection. They have prominent works by Picasso, Monet and Chagall to name a ...
... in cheek to jowl and now we have dogs!
On the trip down I stop at the village of Murren, now this is a place for rnr - beautiful, peaceful and right on the edge of the mountain cliff - can't help but wonder if there hasn't been a drunken fellow /small child /perhaps a dog who just sauntered off into space ----- the flowers are still blooming and their colours seem extra intense in this high mountain air -- return to Lucerne and glad I went.Eat at ...
Olten is a town that is near and dear to my heart. It is where my Grandfather grew up and where my Mum's Grandma Pia lived, who was like another mom to her.
It's a gorgeous Sunday morning and of course, we go to mass.
St. Martin Church.
This is the church my Grandpa was baptized in when he was a baby, where he grew up and met his life long best friend who ended up marrying my ...
... mountians near by, or, exploring the squares and towers of the little old city. In the end we decides to go shopping.
We bought lots of chocolates, they are amazing. We bought some jewellry. Just before dinner,
we went out and enjoyed a yodelling Swiss Folkore Show, it was so much fun. Went back to our hotel and enjoyed a meal at the hotel restuarant.