Hotel-Restaurant Zur Rheingerbe
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... replaced by vineyards and limestone cliffs, and the land looked more like an Italian coastline than the Swiss Alps. We found our hotel easily enough, and after we settled in it was dinner time so we headed into town for pizza and salad, and planned our next day's adventures. Our first day in Vevey was a quite one. We got up late, had breakfast at the hotel and wandered into town. We explored a local market and different shops around the main town centre. Before ...
... in the air. Had a large coffee at Starbucks (better get used to the American version of large.....wow). The walked across the bridges to window shop down the expensive main shopping road, who shops in these places ..... Dinner was a challenge everything really touristy and expensive ended up at uncle SAMs American pizza bar, not our typical choice but surprisingly we did enjoy it. A drink on our balcony and a nice sleep..... Tomorrow we fly out to NY the big ...
... Richard. We headed off down the main street and soon found ourselves in a bar/restaurant. We sat here for a couple of hours catching up and discussing our travels. Before long it was time to head back to the station. We said our goodbyes and checked the timetable. A train was leaving for Lucerne in 4 minutes from platform 4!!! Off we raced against the flow of people coming away from the platforms. ...
... and that. We were perfectly happy, had seats in the bus towards the front, plenty of room, we were warm and he was easy enough to understand with the commentary about where we were going and what we were seeing. There were 44 on the tour, at least half were Indians, mixed ages. Unfortunately we had to wait at the first stop for one group to get back on board, and at the Jungfrau itself when we were meant to be getting the train down – ...
' .. in Switzerland they speak Swiss German, and that's
something completely different. Swiss German has its own pronunciation,
many different words, its own grammar, and most Germans have difficulty
understanding this funny language. The German-speaking Swiss write
standard German, that's true - there is no Swiss German official
and I thought it was my ears!
Although many people speak 'a little' english - and restaurants often ...
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