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At the recommendation of the
local barmaid we decided to do a four hour cruise along Lake Zurich very
spectacular views of the Swiss Alps and surrounding landscape. After the cruise off to the supermarket to
buy our traditional lunch yes you guessed it a bread roll and stock up on a few
necessities of life. Lunch done off for
a long walk along the banks of Lake Zurich.
The Lake is quite famous as it separates ...
"Let me know if you are in Switzerland again. I would love to see you. Or travel with you." We parted ways and I couldn't understand why he liked me so much or why he thought I was so pretty. It was quite a strange experience but I naively thought that he was honest and believed him. Later when I discussed this incident with Andi, he told me that he's probably doing this with plenty of other guests staying at his hotel. "Oh, I hadn't thought of that."
... 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 ...
... a Starbucks we felt it was appropriate to share a pumpkin spiced latte. It was a good thing that we decided to share only one latte because it was $12 for one coffee. Yikes! The weather was cool but our coffee kept us comfortable while we sat on the corner of a busy street and people watched for a while. After about an hour or so our bellies told us that it was time to go find something to eat. Steve and I have both been looking forward to eating ...
... stained Soviet-era buildings. Additionally, during every bus journey (and there are many), you have a chance to see everyday life unfold around you.
While the thought of having no freedom to wander sounds imprisoning, a DPRK tour feels eerily similar to any other guided capital city tour: following your guide, visiting monuments of cultural importance and eating, drinking and bonding with your tourmates.
While taking a ...