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... Monument of Lucerne. I'm sure the kids thought it was fun to walk in the rain and getting wet.
Lunch was a lot of fun. We got to taste the local food and cheese fondue. Cheese fondue was yummy. Besides the great food, there was also swiss entertainment with very lively local music, yodeling and alpine horn blowing. Both kids went on the stage and joined in the ...
... 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 ...
... bright and cheery, a right little ray of sunshine, where as Jane was somewhat of a rather more cloudy disposition. After breakfast we had a quick general tour of Lucerne in the bus including a visit to an outlying village for a photo opportunity of now commercial chalets. We then had about 3 hours to walk around the city. Being Sunday morning most of the shops were closed which bothered some of the other tour members more than us. Our tour ...
... came move #2. From Cham to Luzern. So start over essentially. More city paperwork, address changes again..bank - work - insurrance etc. Also all new logistics to get to work: walk, bus, train, walk. Gonna be in tip top shape that is for sure! The move went very smoothly.It was funny to compare the Montreal movers (the very Quebecois team) to the Swiss movers. The Swiss movers (total 4 men) were all dressed the same, in a uniform: red nice t-shirts and ...
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 ...