Park Inn by Radisson Lully
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The train ride into Zurich was spectacular. 70% of Switzerland's geography is mountainous. In between the mountains are gorgeous valleys created by glaciers which have left pristine lakes around which most major towns and cities are built. The foliage in the valleys are impossibly lush and green. Travelling through this scenery made us want to …
We spent the rest of the afternoon there, and then headed to our hostel. After dinner, we all headed out to see the bears (Bern is bear in german). Unfortunately, by the time my group got there, it was getting dark, so we only got to see them for a few minutes. But Bern was absolutely beautiful!
The next morning I got to get up and go for a run, so I made sure to go see the bears. There were two cubs, and they were precious. They were like ...
The past few days have been pretty much all work. The training is going well but it's far from entertaining. Our teacher is this woman from Germany who I have nicknamed "Das Furher". She is very serious. She has this "You vill lissen to vaht I teach and you vill learn it." type of personality. Actually she's OK once you come to the realization that it's just a cultural thing. I made it a point ...
The air may be thinner here, but the breathing is definitely easier. By this I mean that the Europeans appear to live a far less hurried and less stressed life than we do in America. They seem to take things in stride and even the stores close around 6 or 7.
One little thing I've taken particular enjoyment in every morning is a soft-boiled egg. I don't know about you, but I haven't come across a soft-boiled egg since I was a young ...
This morning I opted to do the day "Doug Style", which means sleep in, have no agenda, and just go wherever the mood strikes. I ended up departing my hotel in Geneva and heading to the train station around 12:00. When I arrived at the train station, I opted to forgo the ticket counter and instead try the self-service kiosk. After all, "How hard could it be?". It turns out that the train transportation in Europe must secretly be conspiring against me... ...
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