Comfort Hotel Egerkingen
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... not know any details at all, also regarding my housing situation. It is all a big surprise. Anyways, the goal of this work-journey is to overcome my antipathy against rice, spicy food and to survive in a society where I ve no idea about on how it works. Maybe I can even solve some deep life-questions, like what do I want to do with my life, how do I want to live my life or how can I make all my dreams come true. All things which I have not figured out yet but ...
... a much harder task than we thought. We eventually found an upmarket hamburger place and working there was a skip girl from Sydney who was very helpful to us with ordering. What a treat, great burgers were enjoyed by all. It was then off to make our way back to our hotel for a good nights sleep.
Day two was a continuation of day one visiting more of the tourist attractions, stopping off at a nice bakery ...
... us all the way to the bottom, going past what must be one of the most inaccessible churches in the world and Switzerland's longest summer toboggan run. A bus back to Lucerne brought an end to an amazing trip; well worth the money and the highlight of our time here. It was expensive but so is everything in Switzerland. We have cooked all of our meals because eating out is far too costly. We've also been spending our evenings in the hostel which has ...
... we squished out of the crowd. Like getting mustard out of a tube.
It was interesting when the road re-opened to traffic again. No fooling around there - police very quickly got everyone off the road and the buses and cars started coming.
Sat at the bus stop across the main street and people watched for a while.
No clear pictures - still dark at this time.
Chilly with the air and humidity and ...
... when planning my trip was the Gotthard Road tunnel. Truly an engineering feat, the tunnel is over 10 miles long under the mountain. Due to the risk of accident, fire and carbon monoxide poisoning, cars are permitted to enter in small groups. What this translates to is long waits in heavy traffic before entering the tunnel. However, the wait was worth it. The Alps were fabulous and ...