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I wake get fresh then I get asked to cut some muesli then I cut open my cereal with my new Swiss knife and sliced open my finger then we jump on our tour husband head up the mountains but on the motorway we go through a 4 kilometre tunnel. We get up to the ...
... be an effective friend-maker. I found Zürich to be a little on the boring side, and noticed that there were no brown people about. And only a handful of Asians. And there was no free Wi-Fi anywhere!
Despite it being Valentines Day, I got the idea to email Mike and see if he would like to join me for a late lunch because it beats eating alone and it is always nice to get to know a new person better. So I went back to the street the hotel was on, and basically crouched on ...
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... clothing; fined if didn't fit.
--GROSSMUNSTER CHURCH: The two towers of the Romanesque church are Zurich's landmark. (no pictures inside; they sell postcards ...
... 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 ...