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Last night, I had a very interesting conversation with my Hong Kong roommates regarding the current political state. Normally, I wouldn't bring up politics but I know Hong Kong doesn't consider themselves to be Chinese per say. I found out a lot of just different information and their view on things such as democracy or central government. Hong Kong had a "vote" this week and my roommates didn't consider it a true democracy vote. Anyways, i didn't expect a conversation like ...
... back to Middle Ages and begins with the arrival of Brother Fritschi (a legendary Lucerne historical figure and a symbol of fertility) on the Thursday before Lent at 5 AM.
It definitely banged. At 5. And loud. The bands started playing and it seemed to come from everywhere. We could hear firecrackers, singing, people-noise, confetti in the air, cheering. It actually got noisier if that was possible.
... the old squares with the alfresco paintings adorning their facades, mazes of little streets, a beautiful Jesuit church, the wide promenade down the side of the lake, the city walls which are virtually intact with their nine towers spaced at regular intervals and all overlooking the town and the lake.
I love Switzerland. As soon as we crossed the border, you knew you were in Switzerland because nearly every farmhouse and every house ...
We took one of the most beautiful train rides in the world: the Golden Pass Panoramic Train from Montreux to Interlaken to Luzern.
In Luzern one of the things we saw was the Lion Monument- quote from Mark Twain:
The Lion lies in his lair in the perpendicular face of a low cliff — for he is carved from the living rock of the cliff. His size is colossal, his attitude is noble. His head is bowed, the broken spear is sticking in his shoulder, his protecting paw ...
... location yesterday the ground we parked on was very soggy and Ryan & Pip's campervan got bogged and we determined that both vans had to go out backwards which was no easy feat. Pip managed to find some gendames (French policeman) and recruited them to help. A slightly 'hairy' moment with a happy ending. Highs and lows: Nic high: tour of Moet & Chandon Nic low: getting bogged in the campervan Pip high: finally reaching Le Tour Pip low: the short ...
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