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Unlike Easter Sunday, Easter Monday traffic bites. We had an extremely long day leaving Marseille at 9 and arriving in Pavone at 5. Speed varying from 1kmh to 148kmh (yes Dave, I was watching!) Worth the drive? Most definitely! I feel like Princess Fiona, in the highest room in the tallest tower of a Castle on a hill. I wonder if Shrek will rescue me? It overlooks to most beautiful snow topped mountains. It is heaven. ...
... becomes more of a marvel.
I left Biella yesterday for the first time. All by myself. On a train. The key thing to remember is 'Don't Stress, Don't Panic' and all will be good and dandy.
I met with Ellen at the station with the australian way of finding someone-stick your hand up and start yelling- it worked wonders.
It was beautiful in Milano, very big, very elaborate. Especially the Duomo! The only way i can describe it is very pointy.
... br> Everywhere you look is beautiful. You literally have to stop and take a breath. When its sunny its just ridiculous, everything lights up.
It's also very cold because I'm surrounded by snowy mountains, which makes a good photo.
I've learnt today that i cannot make coffee using an italian coffee machine. those things are difficult to understand.
Well thats is so far.
... restaurant. Also a very nice and cozy iglu. In total we were a nice group of 15 people. After dinner we went on a small snow shoe hike with great view down to Zermatt, Matterhorn with moon and zillions of stars and of course another small drink. What an experience! Back at the village we went to the heated wooden bar. At around 10:30pm we jumped into the jacuzzi. This was dynamite! Sitting in the hot pool, being astonished by all these ...
... combination and color, cow bells, lederhosen (yes, lederhosen). We were sure to stop for Swiss chocolate and Swiss cheese to enjoy on the train back. Fun fact about Switzerland, although smack in the middle of Europe, they are not part of the European Union. Thus we were a little surpised to pay in Euros and receive Franks in return. Good thing we payed in small ...