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... and yes, the mountains are impressive.
As we didn't want to take Frankie too high into the alps, we chose a campsite at Lausanne on Lake Geneva. It is known as Lac Leman by the locals. The first day we went to the lake to have a look. The water was clear, blue and very clean. Apparently it has not always been like it and in the 1960's it was too polluted to swim in. When you stay ...
Another really hot day (over 30 degrees).
After another big buffet breakfast we caught the Golden Pass Express which is a train trip through the alps from Lucerne to Montreux. There are three legs, each of between one and two hours, the first of which finishes at Interlaken, a smallish town on a lake.
We had a couple of hours at Interlaken which was just enough time to take the ...
Shuttling back on down the hill in the electric taxes, Tim decided to walk down, this was easily achieved & we got down in plenty of time.
General information again, the plague decimated most of Europe, following the trade routes and the nursery rhyme "ring a ring of roses" came from this.
Watched the farmers mow grass, this is all done by hand and this means only a little is done at a time, they even mowed the roof of a building, they then hand rake ...
... fine day when I was in 6th semester, our HOD walked into our class along with Prof. Gowri Srinivasa and we were told in brief about this program and they also mentioned that students who have aggregate of 75% and above till 5th semester can apply for this. So we were told to enroll our names and were given one day time to decide. I had my aggregate just above the cut-off i.e. 76% and was in a dilemma that “should I ...
"I HAVE A BIG MOWF (mouth) MAMA!!!" she yelled pointing at her very wide open gullet!
….oh you have no idea…..
Cailler Chocolat factory has always been a place that I've wanted to visit. For those chocolate lovers of you who do not know, FranÃ§ois-Louis Cailler was the first Swiss producer of Chocolate. After first tasting it at a fair, he studied the art of making it for…4 years in Italy..! He then set up the first ...