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... the cold, we were also able to empty the water and toilet and fill with fresh water. We decided to have lunch before setting off again. as soon as we turned away from the lake the houses had a more alpine feel. Before long the rain changed to snow. As we climbed the snow became deeper, the ploughs were doing a good job at keeping the road clear. We passed quite a few vehicles that had stopped to put on their snow chains, it's compulsory ...
On Saturday afternoon, we headed out to go night Tobogganing about 1.5 hours south of St. Gallen. Kevin had it all planned out and I had no idea where we were headed. As soon as we got to Filzbach, we realized we were in complete rural Switzerland. We were in the deep heights of the mountains. Right at the train stop, it was completely desolate, but we looked to our left and their was a beautiful lake butted up right against the ...
... Ajax play Barcelona in the champions league. Thurs 6/11/14
- I slept in and had leftover hard boiled eggs and grapes for breakfast.
- I walked around town afterwards, there was snow everywhere!
- I tried to find the old city, got lost a bit then gave up and pulled out my map.
- The old town was really nice (very quiet as well)
- I found a hill and followed the road up the side ...
... Walnuts, Brazil Nuts, Almonds & Giant Raisins.
As darkness and cold set in I relocated to the restaurant to sample the Feldschlosschen, which followed the theme of the day - an Italian lager with a German name. However, despite consuming thousands of calories that day the aromas of Margherita pizza’s wafting around the restaurant were still tempting, so I relocated to the tent in hope of a good night’s sleep.
... then down to the main drag, which, without well preserved European architecture, actually feels a little more like the USA, with randomly positioned businesses and offices. One business I have to take a picture of is a Turkish doner place (called a "kebap" here), a reminder that the Turkish doner IS the official fast food of ...