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... the waterfall the sun started to sink lower in the sky. A lot of the people who'd been out on the water in motorboats roaring up and down the lake were ashore or anchored along the shore for supper. The lake was so calm it was almost flat. It was really peaceful to glide along, our paddles barely causing ripple effects and by the time we neared Iseltwald the sun was setting. As we came to shore we saw a marching band practicing for the small Swiss Day parade ...
... was ready to face the day although only ate very light. We headed out of no name town and drove to Heidelberg where we did a quick walk around and saw the historic centre, took a few photos and grabbed a bottle of water and back on the bus. The temperature was soaring and made it 38 C this day. We headed to Mannheim to the John Deere Factory. We knew we were getting close as we started to drive in circles. This has happened with all the farms we visit as well, ...
... br> Today I peeled the perfect orange
Then I ate it
Not out of malice
Nor was I bored
For I was entertained by a game if Boccé
I ate it because nothing rhymes with orangé
next on to Fussen germany,... I heard there is a hockey team from calgary there and I think I may know some of them.
... is an possibility.. it comes highly recommended!! unless you don't like beauty, laughter and good food.
Sunday was our day to return to Florence and spend until Wednesday. The trains were running and all was well with the world. Our hotel is overlooking Santa Maria Novella church and is a great central location.. the key is .... not too far from the train station and taxi cab to the airport.
We have had great food, great sights and a good ...
... 8217;s walk from Stechelberg, the cable car travels up the valley wall to Gimmelwald (1,400 metres) for another cable car to Murren (1,634 metres), and a third up to Schilthorn (2,971 metres).
Schilthorn likes to associate itself with James Bond (apparently one of the films has some scenes shot here), but, fun as he is, he is no competition for the scenery to be observed from the viewing platforms or from the ...