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... It was truly beautiful.
We had a fair walk back to the hotel past all the exclusive shops !! Omg. Amazing. You should see the prices of jewellery in the windows. Watches !!! Kim fell in love with several, the most expensive he saw was about 140000 Swiss franks. Huge dollars ...
... a table. When we tried to order just the one pizza they said sorry but we have to order at least two things. I told them they were stupid and that they could either have our money for one pizza or no money at all. They chose the latter, so we left. We found another place, told them straight up that we only wanted one pizza, and were seated. The pizza was nice. The bill was a surprise. Our 11 euro pizza had turned into a 16 euro bill! We ...
... love the Swiss toilets.
We found our driver and made our way to another Mercedes. I love travelling like this – not worrying about transfer to and from the hotel. It was a quick drive to our hotel during which time our driver was telling about things to see and do while we are here. He did say that our hotel was the best in the city and centrally located. When we arrived at the Marriott there was a porter to take ...
... for us to share. SO GOOD!
After that we headed to the Falls. It was getting dark so we had to hurry a bit, but it was a beautiful view and we were able to take the stairs down and get right up next to the waterfall. You can take a boat right up to the rocks in the middle of the falls, which the Bakers have done before. That would be a sight!
When we ...
... rate of exchange is even worse. One Swiss Franc is only worth $,80 and that is propped up by the Swiss Fed. There is no deficit spending here, by law. Unleaded gas is $1.75/liter which after conversion to gallons and adjusting for exchange rate equals almost $9.00 per gallon. Coffee and a croissant were $7.00 francs or about $9.00.
All in all a great day and tomorrow it's on to ...