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It's been a little while since we left Switzerland. Though time does funny things when you're travelling and staying in a new bed every second night, so we might have been there a few days or a few weeks ago. I'd believe either. Despite Katrina having her bag stolen, our stay in Switzerland was really enjoyable. On my first round of Europe with Maddy we had wanted to stay in Zurich, but there seemed to be minimal hostels, and the airbnbs were expensive. This time ...
... best part of 2.5 hours. It also included catching a cog wheel train up to Dolder, a very wealthy and pretty location in the mountains which looks down on Zurich city. In the afternoon, we had a wander and a necessary shopping excursion as we're doing a glacier panorama day tour tomorrow and were recommended by the tourist office to have much warmer clothing than we were wearing. We managed to find a C&A store which fulfilled our jacket and ...
... parts of France....next time perhaps Lyon or Bordeaux or the mountains. We also would like to co back to avienna and perhaps Budapest and of course there is Portugal.....I think that may be our next trip ....✈️7 357;☀️8 412; So we walked all over Zurich this afternoon....and of course it rained although we were eating at the Zeughauskeller the old armory, wurst, roesti ...
On Wednesday MamaD and I made our way to my eldest cousin's house in the mountains of Switzerland. This was not an easy task as we avoided the Swiss autobahn roads. Instead of paying individual road tolls one must buy a "Vignette" which is displayed on the windshield. Forty Swiss Francs aren't a small sum and so we made our away across small and tiny and teeny tiny roads from the border to the little village of ...
... things as garnishes. Potatoes with melted cheese and pickles is also a very popular dish in Switzerland so I guess we did a pretty good job of blindly ordering off of this menu. We knew that eating out in a restaurant would be expensive here so we weren’t too shocked when our bill ended up being $100 Canadian. After lunch we walked through the bank district where we saw some very nice cars and what looked to be like very rich people. We ...