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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 ...
... were also some ruins there from the 1300's which was pretty cool in the snow. Once we had walked around there we could see what looked like a castle in the distance so we decided to try and find it.
We drove to Insel which it turns out is a little island and went for a walk around it. It was very old fashioned and how I expected towns here to look, with little windy streets full of shops and mostly pedestrians only. Most things were closed but we had a ...
... there are lots of shops and cafes along the waterfront which look like they will be nice when they are open. Boxing day here there are no sales - everything is still closed. We had a walk around anyway and went up a lookout which was about 10 floors high of just stairs and then a platform on top to look over the lake. It swayed in the wind a bit which was pretty freaky! It was so cloudy and snowy today the lake ...
... of my trip so far. Felice, Warwick and I spent two incredible nights at Hotel Opera in München as a last minute change of basketball schedule meant that Jarrad couldn't join us. During the days we walked the streets and found an awesome ice skating rink, as well as a perching spot that served Glühwein. The afternoon (and evening) saw us find an absolute win of restaurant called Brenner. This place was like heaven on earth, serving freshly grilled fish, ...
... buildings date back to the 15th & 16th century and of course there's a fair percentage of modern stuff too. The streets are cobbled but modern ones. St. Stephens Church here is 600 years old this year, but the nearby Basilica is relatively new, only 596. Both are very impressive (OTT actually) inside. We were fortunate to hear the organ playing in St. S. The two were less than 100m apart, seems an indulgence. Greg doesn't like getting lost first thing ...
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