Travel Blogs from Stein am Rhein
... producer and friend of Matt's, Patrick was there with his lovely girlfriend Tamara. It was so nice to catch up with them and see Greener Pastures with other skaters. It still seems surreal that Matt was part of such an ...
... in a translucent white film.
When I was taking pictures of this, a very attractive and well dressed blond walked by and she looked like she was working on the production so I asked her. She said that it was a photo shoot and not a movie, but didn’t provide too many details. There was a blue SNCF (French Rail) train behind the red one, and she and the Photographer boarded that. I also asked a guy standing near the Flash Guns and he indicated that ...
... 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 ...
... just drifting through life.
Until that day that you leave it all behind,
set your sights to the horizon and free your soul to find.
All that there is to discover, and adventure and explore,
the vibrant dancing colors of a not-so-distant shore.
Awaken your senses to an existence cut bare,
leave behind all your burdens and worrisome cares.
Reborn and ...
... overnight. It's the only time we have been grateful for overheated European hotel rooms.
On Monday, our plan was for a walking tour of the city. A river, the Limmat, divides Zurich and the old town straddles both sides of the river. In the middle of the old towns is the Bahnhofstrasse, possibly the second most famous shopping strip in Europe after the Champs Elysees. We decided to leave the Bahnhofstrasse until another day.
We started at the ...