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... intersections that is. But usually there is just a throng of people getting around and as long as you remember that cars come from the other direction walking around is quite easy. I love the Paris cafes. They are everywhere. They are quite open with the front tables being on the street. Again there is obviously no council bylaw with regard to this as there would be in Australia. The tables have a small round top usually with 2 chairs placed behind them per table so ...
... small piers, outdoor restaurants, bars and cafes, and bridges connecting the two sides of the heart of Zurich. At some point in the trip, everyone made walking trip down to Lake Zurich where the Limmat river begins. Here we were treated to breath talking views of the lake busy with sailboats, paddle boats, and kayaks sounded by a panoramic view of the white capped Swiss Alps in the background. A lot of us took part in the locals tradition of sitting ...
Sorry for not much updates, but we have been a bit busy with our travelling etc. I hope to catch up over the next few days.
After and early morning drive up to Heathrow, we flew to Zurich. The slowest part of the whole arrival process was collecting our hire car. I dont know where they get there software, but it seems tha despite entering ALL your details when you book the vehicle, they seem to have to reneter all of it, ...
... for some beautiful 360 degree views overlooking Zurich with the mountains hidden behind the ominous black rain clouds headed straight for us. I am sure if it was clear weather I would have been even more blown away. Its a popular hill to walk, run or cycle up to the the view is the reward.
We headed back to the house because it started raining and we weren't really in the mood for doing much.
After a few of the others fell asleep while ...
... roll, made like a Viennese pastry.
Next, we wandered over to a huge nursery, the largest in Switzerland. It even has trains (about 2/3 or 1/2 normal size) running around on tracks through the nursery fields. Nadine says it takes about 20 minutes to go around the fields. But the inside of the building was phenomenal! I have never seen anything like it. Huge, first of all. Second, there were sections for Asian, Moslem, tropical, ...
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