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... closest to where I could get the hotel's wi-fi signal, and sat and wrote the email and chatted to some friends. I don't know exactly my motivations behind doing this. I think it was because he was so friendly and smiley but also possibly because he was a tad bit cute. It had not occurred to me that I had just asked someone out on Valentines Day. Anyway we met on a corner and sat in a cafe and both ordered hot chocolates. I was SUPER disappointed. We were in a restaurant and ...
... foot fungus. For best results, sprinkle foot powder within your shoe and wear cotton socks.
Stick to your budget. Keep to the amount you've reserve for shoes. Salespeople may attempt to pressure you into spending a lot more than within your budget. Make your wants and needs in mind while seeking shoes with your budget.
Put on the right and left shoes and walk around inside them for a while. You could purchase shoes which are not ...
... coming of the Korean War—are best answered with a shoulder-shrugging “time will tell.” In the case of the long-term affect tourism will have on the DPRK regime, I’m not so sure we have to wait.
Since the days of the Japanese occupation, Korea as a peninsula has understood its role as “a shrimp among whales,” a geopolitical pawn with little control over its own fate. In a side-by-side comparison of tourist revenue against even ...
... back to the 13C.
we discovered a park high above the town giving great views of the city and river. ..it was in this park that Zurich citizens swore their oath to the Swiss constitution in 1798.
We went into the Fraumunster Abbey founded in 853 by German nobles.
The GROSSMUNSTER Church was completed in 1220
Market squares and public bathing facilities in the heart of the city make for an interesting place.
... of outdoor restaurants and bars, quirky little shops, wonderful delis, bakeries and shops that sell Swiss chocolate and sweets like the legendary Solothurner Torte. Gluttony could be excused in this place. And there's the ubiquitous village fountain previously used by women to wash clothes. It has more fountains than any other city in Switzerland and they are pretty grand. Most were built in the 16th century. The Solothurn Film Festival is the premier film ...