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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... It is beautiful inside.
We went through the cathedral in the Abbey of Saint Gall. It was built between 1755 and 1768 in the Baroque style. It is just simply gorgeous inside!
We met the students and told them to meet at the platform for the train. When I got there, the S8 train was waiting and the students were standing beside it. I yelled at them to get in. We had about a ninety minute trip to Diessenhofen. The train had a monitor that showed the next five ...
... Celena, Dawn's little sister from the big brother and big sister program joins us for some fun in Zurich and then off to Germany with Dawn next week. I leave Saturday and will be back to real world but a changed person due to the experiences I have had traveling Europe thanks to my wife. Stop by tomorrow to see what we find in Zurich to get ourselves into. ...
Haggen. Today we caught the bus from Haggen to Saint Gallen for a shopping trip. Had to buy Easter Eggs ready for the Easter Bunny on Sunday. We also went to the local market and had a look around at the local produce. I was amazed there was so much produce to buy given the weather conditions around here. Many ...
... was in full on Swiss garb and took a break. In the mean time we put our beer away and watched the people. When I say people i also mean families with wee ones gumming on mugs of beer and pretzels and who doesn't bring their dog to a beer tent. Apparently that is the thing to do! There was a ton of cleavage and plenty of men in super tight pants and knee socks. The toupees and swiss cougars were out too. I only wish we could have taken more pics ...
... through the reams of travel literature I amassed and settled on two reliable sources - the city's own offline but interactive iPhone app and a hard copy of the Zurich In Your Pocket guide. I first came across this series of guides in 2004 while travelling around Eastern Europe - they were just starting out then but have spread much further since though still heavily focused on Eastern Europe. They're compiled by locals, targeted towards younger independent ...