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... and all about its neutrality. Also the Swiss have a crazy complicated military defence system! Thousands of detonation points above roads and tunnels and bridges and mountain sides all over the country in case somebody tries to invade. And everyone has a bomb shelter, and the there are missile defence systems hidden in mountains all over the place. Incredible! We stopped for a while in the city of Lucerne, ...
... The walk was beautiful. There is something about seeing a mountain and seeing a forest that I love; somehow I feel peaceful. There is a smell that comes from the earth, after the rain. I love that smell. I could walk in it all day and be perfectly happy. It's like I was designed to be around nature. I found the waterfall path but it was closed. Walking back down the hill through the graveyard I discovered the most beautiful thing. In the corner of the ...
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We had lunch at a restaurant. I shared a steak sandwich with Mum which was really tasty, juicy and had a special sauce in it that was nice. It also had a great big salad with yummy dressing on it. It’s been ages since we ate a nice bit of steak or a salad. Cullyn and Giddo shared a burger with chips, with another huge salad on it but they don’t eat salad so Mum and I ate ...
... Eiffel Tower before it shut...we missed the cut :( on the upside we got to see the light show from the lawn which was super cool too... my fave night so far! That was Paris in a nut shell. I though lots about the people I love in Paris...so you were practically all there with me! We are in Switzerland now. About an hour from our accommodation so next entry will include all things Swiss! Au revoir mes amies ...
... smaller versions of the christmas ones at Kirks and Ballantynes), a travellator surrounded by artistic images from around the valley, a bronze statue of the guy who had the bright idea to build the station, and a memorial to the men who lost their lives during the construction of the train line. The best exhibition hall was made entirely of ice. It had an igloo tunnel entrance way, which opened into a small network of ...