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... Richard. We headed off down the main street and soon found ourselves in a bar/restaurant. We sat here for a couple of hours catching up and discussing our travels. Before long it was time to head back to the station. We said our goodbyes and checked the timetable. A train was leaving for Lucerne in 4 minutes from platform 4!!! Off we raced against the flow of people coming away from the platforms. ...
... afternoon I finished sealing up the outside and completed the trim work for the inside.
In our case, I had two friends helping with the project. This will likely include cutting through existing studs and putting in a new header, rough sill, jack studs and cripple studs. Set the roof frame on top of the bay window unit and nail in place. Install the drip edges and the flashing and then shingle. There may be special local requirements, such as having safety glass in low ...
... barking up the wrong tree.
Argument 3: You’re not going to see anything real.
The give: Outside of your hotel, there’s no freedom to go anywhere without the chaperonage
of your guide, and every site you visit somehow exaggeratingly glorifies the Great Leaders, the military or the hyperbolic feats of the Korean people.
The take: No amount of political theater can hide North Korea’s decrepit infrastructure,
vacant roads ...
... took about an hour from Bern. Zurich has often been voted as the most liveable city in the world and we can understand why. The city has a stunning setting. It's surrounded by low mountains and it encircles Lake Zurich. The Limmat River meanders through the city into this lake. It has a fabulous integrated transport system that makes ours in Sydney an embarrassment. Why can't the idiots who keep tinkering with our appalling system come over here (or to Barcelona, ...
... walking in the rain. The Lake was still very lovely despite the rain, the clear green water covered with white swans and ducks of all shapes and sizes. There were hundreds of boats moored all round the shore, both private and also large tour vessels. Lucerne is a major tourist centre and the CBD was full of shops of all types - Victor warning us that prices for most items were very steep - something we found out for ourselves later! Our hotel was very ...
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