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... still. Found a wonderful jewellery shop. Had a lot of fun in there! We are driving to our hotel now. Buffet dinner at the hotel tonight and an early night. Headquarters of SAP here? Tried to offer my opinion on their product but the group ganged up on me. SAP is the computer we use at work .... Mum and Dad. Not everyone likes it! That's all for today. Very tired. Having an early night. ...
... and spend out day exploring. We arrive back at Pete & Kay’s late afternoon. Our Hamilton friends, Jane & Paul, have invited us al for dinner at their place in a small town about 20 mins drive away. Its a nice relaxed evening at their apartment – again not a late one, because kids have school and we are leaving Switzerland the next ...
... crept up the driveway. After successfully reaching street level we were surprised to see there was no traffic anywhere in sight. This is a trap, right! I know how this goes down, we pull out and suddenly an intercity bus appears from around the corner. In reality, we made our way without incident down the hill, and through crowded, congested, and "scooterized" Sorrento. Once our navigator (charmin' Carmen Garmin) ...
... Gross, which, frankly, had clothes that actually looked gross.
I planned to visit the Museum Reitag, but after a long frustrating journey trying to figure out where it was, I ended up just walking around the grounds and not going in. Then I walked the two miles from there to the Landesmuseum, the museum of Swiss history. Unfortunately, they didn't allow pictures to be taken, but it was really interesting. If I wasn't so tired ...
... is a griddle which you can cook the rest of your food on if necessary) and wait for it to melt. Whilst waiting you break up some “Raclette” potatoes on your plate and add in a selection of fillings (we were given mushrooms, tomatoes, sweetcorn, pickled onions & gherkins and poached pears. That was a strange ingredient, poached pears. Lisa & I couldn't quite cope with eating poached pears with cheese, so gave them to Linda for her pudding.) You then pour ...
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