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... rice dish with bread and salad. In the afternoon we were supposed to catch the ferry to the other side of the lake, however we read the timetable wrong and missed it which meant that we had to drive to Rapperswil instead. We walked around the town here as well and also around the lake. Before heading home, we had gelato in a cafe by the lake. When we got home we got to play with Lorenzo while Cristina was cooking dinner. Dinner was delicious! It was so good to have ...
Ok, so I haven't updated in a while but somehow I can't find the time. I'm either working, sleeping, in the pub or at Nineke's. Then when I'm home, it's unsure whether I can get on WiFi. I found some time today because we could go home early. The wind wouldn't give it a rest so the restaurant never even opened today. We're all going out in an hour so I had to hurry, change, eat and have to be downstairs soon.
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So, on Friday I finally went back up to the restaurant. We went there with the snowscooters but they can only take two up at a time. Luckily it was in the afternoon and the sun was shining because we had to wait for quite a while. The ride up the mountain was so much fun. From far away I could already see the restaurant. A beautiful sight. When we got there we all gathered and we had our introduction. The bosses, Herwig and ...
... teams all around the world, and he told me he'd like to add the Liechtensten one to his collection. I ask where I can find one. "At the post office" someone suggests. A football jersey... at the post office? Yep. Here I discover another secret to Liechtenstein's success (besides helping people cheat on their taxes!): Efficiency. See, in America, the postal system has been losing millions for decades. But who cares? It's America! We have money to ...
... a spot with a view of the town, and surrounding slopes partially covered in clouds, giving the area a bit of a mystical feel. No more towns farther uphill it seems, for which I must say I'm glad. And I don't have to retrace my steps down the mountain. I find narrow road that plunges through the mist, past solitary waterfalls and steep cliffs wich takes me to my next town: Vaduz, the ...