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... fundamental for survival.
In the desperate race of life, it’s not difficult to dismiss life's importance, and the yearning to discover genuine satisfaction regardless peace appears to quietly call you. When you end up remaining at a cross street, searching for a split far from life's "activity", there is no better approach to recuperate your tired body and/or wounded soul than to break free from regular tedium and shake out the spider webs, with ...
... hamburgers with raclette cheese and Swiss beer go down really well. Not to mention conversation that was almost entirely in a language that Tony could understand. He was loving life.
I had the most amazing conversation with Alice – she is an RN from the US and has travelled the world for various NGOs. She met Patrick, a Swiss National, abroad while working and together they have 2 kids. She is a truly seasoned traveller and has ...
... nice but the Swiss are efficient and sticklers for rules. No ticket = fine. After ticket crew left, heard her say she had 30 days to pay the fine.
Good visit with Mutti. Mostly in Swiss-German (she knows some English) and that didn't bother me. We had a light lunch with her and tried coffee (kaffe) she made from this impressive no-nonsense Miele coffee-maker in the kitchen wall unit.
She walked us to the train station later. ...
... of delicious chianti for 11 CHF, which we could drink in our room or on the balcony while looking at the stupendous view, much better value.
Gary went to the ATM to get us some Swiss francs. He went through the usual withdrawal process asking for 500 CHF only to get a message stating that the card had a fatal error. This sent me into a little panic, as we had no francs whatsoever. Gary decided to try ...
... us the opportunity to explore the beautiful city of Lucerne. We boarded the bus from the Zurich Coach terminal. Half the passengers having chosen Pilatus as their destination, the other half going with the Titlis option.
We arrived in Lucerne around 11, stopping to view the Lion monument here, before getting a good hour of free time. We used this time to casually explore the Old Town here, walking over the oldest wooden bridge in Europe, built back in the 13th century. We grabbed ...