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... border) with Dietrich and Veronika to stay with them for my final two nights in Switzerland. On the way we stopped to visit the Werdenberg castle and village. This village is the oldest timber-frame settlement in Switzerland and a visit to the regional museum provided great insight into the history and culture of this Swiss region dating back to 1200s! Dinner was a traditional Swiss cheese fondue and of course more delicious Swiss wine. By the way along with all this cheese and ...
... I thought I could get away with having mine since only Karliana had got talked to about her bag on the way in, but about a quarter of our way through the museum this guy came up to me and told me to go to the cloakroom. Naturally, I stuffed all my important stuff into the pockets of my hoodie and felt like some sort of a pack mule for the duration of our tour. Perhaps Karliana and I were just really tired of museums or just tired in general but we ...
Today we woke up late, and I saw Sam (lucas stepbrother). We then went down to the zürisee again and swam. Then we drove to Rapperswil which is on the other end of the lake as zürich. There we had some lunch and then drove back. We then went on the boat and chilled on there before we headed back. I then got changed ...
... The finer homes of Zürich graced the shoreline, and through the skyline haze we could glimpse snow-capped alpine peaks. Unfortunately, without special lens filters, our cameras failed to cut through the gauzy air, so you will simply have to take my word regarding the view.
After disembarking from the boat, we wandered through more of the medieval section. It is here ...
... through the reams of travel literature I amassed and settled on two reliable sources - the city's own offline but interactive iPhone app and a hard copy of the Zurich In Your Pocket guide. I first came across this series of guides in 2004 while travelling around Eastern Europe - they were just starting out then but have spread much further since though still heavily focused on Eastern Europe. They're compiled by locals, targeted towards younger independent ...