Travel Blogs from Schlieren
It was our second trip to Brunni in three days. The first trip was cut short by taking the wrong train. More on that later. But today, we made the right train and off we go to Brunni, changing train once at Wadenswil then a bus from Einseldehn to Brunni. Sf25 bus/train day pass. Kids free as usual- Noel with Junior Card and Emile being under 6.
... looked just like you'd see in those movies. Also, in the square, I saw a mime, but all he was doing was begging for money. Stupid mime.
Anyway, we walked down the old cobblestone street, but then it started to rain, so we went into a Coop grocery store. Coop are major grocery stores in Switzerland and other places in Europe. Only this one wasn't just a grocery store, it was pretty much a small department store packed on four floors. After looking inside ...
Twas the week before Christmas, and we're packing up house;
To return to our home, far away from the cows.
As we pack away things that we’ll ship to the States
We’re counting down mere hours instead of big dates
As to be expected it’s quite bittersweet
To say final goodbyes to the friends we did meet.
The Gadhammar neighbors have gotten so close
I think that our daughters might miss them the ...
... them at the store to avoid bulky trash.
· You go to the Post to pay bills.
· You think 3 kids makes a big family.
· You want to add “li” to the end of every work.
· You don’t mind flies in your house.
· All you need for a good parade is ...
I have a new understanding for the U2 song, Where The Streets Have No Name. When I am driving around Switzerland, where every sign is written in a language I do not understand, I get it; it might as well be that the streets have no name.
I love having a GPS here; in fact I am sure there are a lot of things that I never ever would have attempted in the last 12 days without "the lady" (as our friends Binit and Angie call it). ...