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Travel Blogs from Olten
... 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 ...
What a beautiful place to spend 2 nights. We have been staying a small town call Luzern. It is a very pictures town. It is surrounded by huge mountains. You would never get tired of the view. Check out the view from my dinner table last night. Today ...
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 ...
... rolling ball clock or something like that. The problem is, the clock is in a giant mall area and it was sandwiched between three floors of escalators so you couldn't even see the whole thing at once. Apparently it's supposed to be super accurate and the balls drop at certain time intervals but you couldn't really tell. Since we were in a giant luxury mall we decided to explore and found out that we were in an area where they ...
... to leap into the unpasteurized pasture, but after spending a day at the farm we were ready to give it a go. Well Alexander and I were – we are the only ones who have (knowingly) consumed the fresh milk so far. It was delicious, and I plan to get more so that the girls and I can make a bit of butter and whipped cream. (Science, week 5, cha-ching -- oh and they will be teaching an English lesson at a Swiss School in a few weeks!)