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... to be able to relive again in life. The Alps were beautiful and our friends made it even better. The cable car was interesting and somewhat wobbly. We stopped at the middle of the mountain and took pictures while observing the view. I have to say that the selfie stick surprisingly went a long way here. Following a few of us went to the cable cart and to the top. The views got even better and were again astonishingly ...
... that were suited up for skiing. I had never been to a mountain before so it was a cool experience to see it in action.
For some reason the mountain reminded me of the mountain in Dr.Suess How the Grinch Stole Christmas.
We all waited for the chair lift at the bottom of the mountain.
I did not know if I would be nervous to go in the cable car. I have gone on rollercoasters and I do not think that I have a fear of heights but I was still ...
... WTO was really cool. The building was older and big. There were alot of different people going in and out of the building. When we were able to go inside it was really cool. It reminded me of on goverment building. The was a quad in the middle of the building that had a sun roof on top. it was cool to hear different languages as we walked around the building. When we went to one meeting room it was really cool to see all the seats have their own personal microphone. We were ...
We found out ( too late to do anything about it in New Zealand or even France) that they would not let us on the cruise home without an Indian visa!! So we are in Geneva trying to get one there as we fly out of here and the time the visa takes means we need to do it here. Yesterday we drove 500 odd ks. We get to the visa place and they said no! Quel Horreurs! So off we went to Berne and ...
... br> I think it was a mixture of fear and exhaustion, but tears began to freely stream down my face. This train was late too, I had only a number of minutes to transfer, and I'm sure Olten's station is even worse than this one. I was right.
I got to Olten's station which was bare, dank, and had only a few seats with a dirty underpass to switch sides. The train gods were on my side, because I had just caught the train to Bern as well, and jumped onto a giant dim ...