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... out what platforms etc
we needed to go to as our tour-guide was simply almost non existent.
By now all the party was taking the mickey out of this virtually non
existent tour guide. We had quite a few nicknames for her but the most
appropriate one in my opinion was "The Ghost".
When we got off trains she would simply rush on ahead and leave the rest of
us standing looking around wondering where to go or what to do. She was totally
useless and certainly ...
... of wild garlic and onion soup - which also surprised me when it came out green. This warmed me up in no time along with our hot chocolates. We returned to the departure point and were disappointed to find that the cable cars had been closed again due to the bad weather. The Swiss people in the front of the line had a great complaining session about the cable car being closed. We're not sure what they thought the ticket lady was going to do about it. When the people in front of ...
... opened! The Captain was hilarious so the fact that my jeans were drenched and I was cold and wet was soon forgotten! Nev got me a hot lemon tea which wasn't too bad. The Lake is surrounded by massive mansions that are worth millions of francs! We also saw a statue that is like the one in Rio. The Captain said he's holding his arms out for how big the fish is that he caught! One place is great for ...
... s 'Ghost Writer', who I must say is doing a brilliant job:-). Oops...should that last sentence be in the 1st person or the 2nd person, because if the 1st person has died, he cannot be commenting on the 2nd person, but if I have come back as a 3rd person, maybe, just maybe...I am having an out of body experience, to which I would be the 3rd person commenting as a 3rd person on the 2nd person about the 1st person!,,.maybe this is getting to personable. It is amazing how a lack ...
We arrived in Interlaken early enough yesterday to do todays planned castle adventure, so we are free to explore. The weather is quite cloudy and it rained most of last night. We decide to take a train to Ringennbach, a small town we had noticed from the train when we traveled through here the other day. We get to Interlaken Ost station and due to a small miscalculation on my part miss the train by seconds. The next train is half ...
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