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After an amazingly generous breakfast we left for Rhinefall, a short ride along the Rhein cycleway. The largest waterfall in Europe, was, according to the tourism websites, "a sight not to be missed". They were right! Riding through the countryside offers the occasional unexpected treat. A biodynamic farmer had set up a self-serve stall with fresh cold bio-apple juice which made a ...
... We checked out the Parliament building, which must have been full of important people, as it had armed guards outside, with massive guns. We also stumbled upon an awesome fountain, which was at ground level with about 60 water jets in a square shape. As you approached the jets, as if by magic, they stopped to allow you to enter into the middle of the fountain. As you passed through, they started back up again, meaning you were completely surrounded by water fountains. It was ...
... We headed out a little later than anticipated and went to a bar downtown. It was called Wings. We had a couple of drinks, chilled to house music and then made our way to another bar. After we left that bar we tried to get in a few more places but because we had left so late and the bars close at 2 AM no one was letting anyone else in. We just ended up taking the taxi back to his place. More to come of Zurich and surrounding regions. ...
... railway to the lake shore and showed L our town of Moos across the lake. We noticed on the rocky shore some piles of stones balancing apparently without cement. And they were. The locals created their works of art on the shore and left them standing until nature took over and blew them down. What surprised me was that there were so many still standing. They would not last five minutes in ...
... I had to acknowledge my ageing body hanging below my juvenile brain. Maybe Saturday had something to do with it, but the track we were now on was not safe for walkers. There was a continuous stream of lycra clad, helmeted bodies...yes, cyclists wear helmets in Germany. Mostly men out for a days exercise. I reckon we get more exercise walking than they do just turning their legs. After all they were just sitting down on a saddle letting their 20 gear bikes do the work.. ...
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