Hotel Florida Studen
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... and his lovely 12 year old daughter had prepared a great meal of traditional Bolivian soup with type-noodles, chicken, potatoes and herbs and spices. Delicious! This was followed by Naira's decorated chocolate cake with jelly and cream. Pedro speaks German and Spanish - Suzy speaks Spanish as well; Gabriel was with us and we all communicated well and had a memorable evening. David and I safely caught bus, train, bus home to Fribourg and are now relaxing watching Britain's Got Talent. Well M ...
... and bread dipped into it! It came out, it looked weird and smelt funny! And the cheese was not a normal cheese but a special cheese from Switzerland! And boy it tasted different! And by different I mean yuck! We forced ourselves to dip all the potatoes in the cheese and after dinner we stopped at a local shop on the way home and bought hot dogs and donuts! Hehe. Now we were satisfied! But it was still great that we tried the local favourite dish, but not ...
... awesome train ride from Venice that passed through Milan. Weather just got colder and who would’ve thought it but we got SNOW while travelling on the train! I guess it didn’t technically snow on us but it was snowing! And a lot I might add as well with some of the really nice fluffy stuff which I found surprising in Italy but I wasn’t complaining. By the time we got to Milan everything was covered in a perfect blanket of ...
... game but apparently the Swiss will support any side that is playing against Germany. The Germans are a bit snobby you see.
We had a great time in Switzerland, and I would love to return sometime to partake in the plethora of outdoor activities including white-water rafting, mountain hiking, biking and lake kayaking. You see more of a country with locals and we owe a great debt to Ruth and Thomas for their kind and generous hospitality - danke schon and tschuelli!
The clock was just about to strike, I don't remember what time, but a decent crowd started to gather, probably about 100 people, and here I am thinking 'ok, this clock has to be pretty impressive'. The clock strikes and it rings and the bells go off, and that is it -_- I've seen smaller clocks do more. After that, all of us were looking at each other and kind of like 'is ...