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... I’ll ever learn that when traveling to Europe, regardless of the season, one should pack for arctic conditions. Instead, I’m shivering in shorts and flip flops while the locals laugh at me.
Due to the inclement weather, I didn't get out and about as much as I would have liked. Although I did manage to get in a quick stroll down to the lake during a brief respite from the rain. Zurich is the financial hub for the country, ...
... head to toe):
- before leaving the house protect the skin of your face with a really good cold cream (i.e. Weleda Cold Cream)
- use a face mask, winter cap and a fur cap on top (the artificial fur protects your face by breaking the wind, this is very effective!)
- 3 layers of synthetic underwear (a layer of warm, then a layer very warm and a layer extremely warm, I use Odlo). Do not mix wool and synthetics and never ever use a cotton layer (cotton ...
... to a quiet spot to the West of Lake Constance called Horn!! Sarah Redfern used to be Horn! This is now in memory of you Sarah Redfern!
The guy running the campsite was an oddball. I must admit I feel guilty not understanding German apart from the basics, and when I say basics, I mean, Hello, Goodbye, Please, Thank you (we have ended up saying thank you a lot, I worry we are overcompensating for ...
Hilary has a nice blog at http://trekkinginthealps.blogspot.ch that profiles our trip.
Tomorrow morning we have to catch a taxi at 4:45 am to get to our 7 am flight to Heathrow. That's what you get for flying on points. Kim is flying home tomorrow via Frankfurt.
Passed by a statue tonight of Ulrich Zwingli, who was leader of the Reformation in Switzerland. Another fairly boring boring subject, but important no ...
... across the street to our hotel. Muffy! We were greeted by the door man who wanted my bag. I however was layered with coat, backpack and purse and taking it off was a bit of a hassle. He just kept asking for it and would not leave me alone. I felt like I had a a bellhop shark following me. We were presented with warm washcloths. I thought to myself that I would love to give the ole pits a swipe, but that may come across a bit rude. I thought better and ...