Hotel Restaurant Grischuna
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... benches and a table. The waterfall provided a soothing background and the dog waited impatiently as we ate a lunch of wurst, cheese, pickles, mineral water, coffee, and a Mars bar.
What goes down must come up and so we made our way back up those very steep stairs, then up an even steeper forest path in search of the Devil's Church, but it turned out my guide ...
Ah, it's a little hard to get up in the morning with this bit of jet lag, but since I don't have to get going all that early it is manageable. Today's pictures are of a hike my cousin, Monika, and I took with her dog, two neighbor dogs. Later in the day it was ...
Shortly before 7:00 am our plane landed in the city of Zurich. The sun was just rising and above the clouds one could see its beauty but once we dipped below them I did not see the sun for the remainder of the day. I felt relatively well rested, having tossed and turned in my tiny window seat. My super-duper eye mask and Matt's noise-canceling headphones did the trick and ...
It's time to leave Ulrichen, but there's still one of its famous passes to run. The last time Mick and I were on the Nufenen the snow was hammering into my visor and into Mick's face. A truly unpleasant experience.
This morning the weather is just perfect, not a cloud in the sky, and it's a joy to ride up the challenging eastern side of this high pass. It is still only 4C at the summit but crisp ...
Cheerleader 1: Uh huh, okay, (in a slow, loud voice): YOU CAN FIND THE FRONT OFFICE IF YOU TURN THE CORNER. Welcome to our school!
That’s the interaction I felt I was having with Girl Gone International. At first, I was standing at a fork in the road: Do I go to another meeting or two and try to be a force for change? Or do I just let it go and move on? Is it just not worth trying to get them to expand ...