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We made it to SWITZERLAND - the land of mountains, cheese, and chocolate where they speak German, Italian, and French.
St. Gallen, Switzerland
We are staying in St. Gallen, which is about a 1 hour train ride west of Zurich in the German speaking part of the country and is a very historic, smaller town of which we have learned ALL of the history!
During our first week of orientation, we learned that it is known as ...
... at all hours of the night, we went for a beautiful walk down at the lake and prepared for our Christmas Eve celebration. The afternoon consisted of Head Chef Felice and Sous Chef Hayley taking on the kitchen and preparing a range of delicious dips, as well as sticky pulled pork neck for the occasion. We drank and were merry the entire evening, all in our matching Christmas pyjamas, thoughtfully transported half way across the world! We watched Home Alone, sang carols ...
... candles and flowers, suggesting that there's a bit more religious devotion in these parts.
When I reach the next town, a couple of ladies are staring at me. But it's not the "who are you and what are you doing in our town?" kind of stare, more of a "you look lost, and we'd be glad to be of help" kind of stare. Finally they ask--and point me in the right direction to continue on down ...
Day 281 4 hrs, 10 kms Yesterday was both relaxing and inspiring. And today I wake up refreshed and ready to continue on with my adventure. But it won't be so easy. When I stop back in town to check my email and bank account, I'm quite perplexed that mysterious charges were made to my account of 60 dollars each. The culprit? Swiss Telecom. Looks like I got charged for the calls I made from Liechtenstien two days ago that didn't go through. Did they really charge me 180 bucks for ...
... Vienna and did a parkbench session there. Earlier in 2006, before I'd started the Global Parkbench Tour, I made a stop in Graz and again in Vienna during my whirlwind tour around East Europe. But this is the first time I'll really immerse myself in the country--and the first time to experience the Austrian side of the Alps.
And it looks like Feldkirch is going to be quite a jolly welcome. With a fairy tale style old town bursting with life... a ...