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... one Brat and hot dog stand open that served the meat in pretzel buns, so of course Kevin was in heaven.
Switzerland does not have regular coffee, so you have to get something with espresso and they don't have bagels - only croissants, which are quite delicious.
Switzerland is extremely expensive, but not to the Swiss since minimum wage is $25 Francs, so let's say we have tried our best to navigate the grocery store to ...
... anyway and enjoyed the prettiness. We saw what may have been the 'castle' which was actually a hotel but we weren't sure. After a while we got too cold and so then we headed home.
On the way back we stopped at a servo to buy a 'vignette' which is like a road tax which you need to drive in Austria. We are heading there tomorrow and now we are all prepared. Ben also bought a beer at the servo which was huge (I think a litre), which is totally normal ...
Yesterday was Christmas and we had a pretty relaxed day in our apartment. Everything here was closed so we just chilled and made the most of being on holiday. We didn't eat too much since we didn't find an open shop on Christmas eve, that was probably a good thing anyway!! It snowed a tiny bit but it didn't settle, so no white Christmas. I spoke to my parents and grandparents on Skype which was nice, but it ...
... her phone, Daniel was extremely ill and unfortunately Felice scraped the hire family wagon on an impossible turn in the underground car park (made for smart cars, I suspect). The next day only improved when we found out our accommodation in Salzburg for Christmas had been cancelled by our Airbnb host, which naturally almost killed Jarrad and Pat as they were extremely excited for a change of scenery. (If only we could have taken a photo of their faces when Felice broke ...
... looking people in chauffeur driven cars, ritzy hotels with doorman polishing sports cars, protestors and Swiss
Army Knives around every corner. We were both able to feel especially un-important riding rusty bikes around the Palace of Nations and international courts.
The cities main attraction was actually what looks like a pipe bursting in the middle of the lake (the lake itself is pretty nice too). The Jet ...
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