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... managed to find another church to inspect whilst he was up there. The Palestine even had a look too, so it must have ben good.
Tomorrow, we cross the Swiss border and head to Lucerne, and will also post what we suspect will be the final blog of the summer. (Hooray! we hear). The last night abroad we'll be in Luxembourg, the city, and if anyone can find a bad punning headline for that place, (especially if it references a film or song), then please let us know.
... Second challenge was in checkin queue. The woman in front had 44kg of luggage and was trying not to pay for it. She had books out, stuff strewn everywhere, suitcase open, in an attempt to decrease weight. But woman behind counter was wise to her and got her to weigh her handbag. The negotiations continued. Saved by the woman on the next counter. And there is another side saga here. . . . ...
... were given was a private one for the same price! The usual ritual of a private room took over and we dumped our bags and emptied them everywhere. The place looked like a dump in less than 3 minutes. The room was so pleasant and the bed super comfy we spend the afternoon inside It napping while Briony does her diary. When I wake up we head down stairs for some dinner and have a nice feed at the restaurant attached to the hostel. Traditional Italian cuisine and a bottle of wine, ...
... forward to see you in Dunsborough in early Jan. Her charm somehow managed to get the check in dude to allow her on a twin propeller plane with 35kg of checked luggage and 3 hand luggages - awesome skills. Hope the flight was OK. From the airport we went to Miniature Swiss World, which was surprising fun, with Railways, boats, planes etc. Seeing it is so expensive in Switzerland, we can now say that we have seen most of the place in 1:25 scale. That will do me ...
... They could probably have mended Red in the time it had taken us to debate the issue.
And finally, finally, the mechanics cracked and gave in. The decisive moment was when the senior man realised that Red would probably not make it back to the UK. He shook his head and realised that he had really no option but to help. So, agreement was reached, and the GLW virtually threw the car keys at the man before he could change his mind. They would look at Red tomorrow and ring us ...