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... around a bit. We all relaxed and hung out for our time in Zurich. Ray and I took turns throwing the ball to Peanut in an effort to tire her out for the next leg of the trip. We boarded the plane around 5:00 pm and settled in for our 11 hour flight to Bangkok. Again, the boys enjoyed themselves in their big comfy seats. Peanut was even better this leg of the trip, we didn't hear a peep out of her for the trip. A perfect start to our new beginning in ...
... sleep) resulted in us deciding to take it a little easier. The train to Zurich was uneventful, we took another short train to the airport as our hotel was connected directly to it. After checking in and separating the items we wanted to send home with Terry and Sue, we resupplied some travel essentials. Finally we ate our last meal together with dinner at one of the airport restaurants before retiring to the room as Terry and Sue had a much earlier flight the next morning than Maggie and ...
... and then hit the sack, ready to head into the Alps the next day!
As we made our way through more mountain passes and beautiful green valleys we passed what I thought was our first toll stop on our drive through Switzerland. Having been so desensitized in France we simply pulled up and paid the toll, but I remember thinking that twenty some Swiss francs was a lot just for one toll and then we saw why. This wasn’t any old toll booth, but instead it was the ...
I wake get fresh then I get asked to cut some muesli then I cut open my cereal with my new Swiss knife and sliced open my finger then we jump on our tour husband head up the mountains but on the motorway we go through a 4 kilometre tunnel. We get up to the ...
... James Morrison etc. - none of which we hope are suffering from a case of BB ;) We started our touristy day at one of the most famous sites in Switzerland, the Chapel Bridge and tower. The original bridge was built in 1300, but was destroyed by a fire and later reconstructed. It is made of wood and has painted triangular panels that depict Swiss history. We were fortunate enough to arrive in old town for their Saturday market, where vendors ...