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Mostly sunny day Traveled by train to Langenthal Lunch at a pizzeria, orders a small pizza which was big in size, I wonder how big the large pizza would be! Leonie had a pasta dish, a large portion too. Walked around in the township, then Peter & Ursula driven as to ...
... it was time out for some shopping and a bite to eat. During the Christmas period, Lucerne has many shopping stalls and displays set up in the streets of the old part of town. During our shopping, we purchased a beautiful cuckoo clock which will be shipped home.
Tomorrow we leave picturesque Lucerne, and head to Zurich for a few nights.
... chat with an old man on the last train, in broken English and German, surprised at how much I remembered! Found my hostel, hungry, tired, sunburnt. Another South Korean girl, Australian living in Cambridge, and a German who's doing a chiropractor course in town - she's offered to make me dinner!! And, bonus, this place uses the 2 prong plugs yey!!! Thank god for my back up charger. Then possibly out for drinks with the Aussie girl Kate later, and might go kayaking on the lake with ...
... aircraft landed at 8 a.m. local time in a gentle rain,
and chilling breeze. The welcoming
committee, Marianne and Rolf helped load the luggage and drive us all back to
Aarwangen, a small town in the Canton of Bern in Central Switzerland. The ultra-modern home of Tom and Marianne
would be home base for the duration of the visit. More family, Sandy and Pascal joined us later
and in 2 cars, all went to the Emmenthal Cheese Works.
... So I wander up on the stage and try to hide behind a few people, but the yodeling lady pulls me up the front right beside her and a Japanese lady. Oh **** gonna have to go first:( Mimi is going to die for this). Luckily the japanese lady goes first, bugger, she is good. Then it is tone deaf Owie's turn. Great men rise to the occasion, so I gave it heaps and did a not to bad impression of a soprano gargling and stepped back, reasonable applause and a thumbs ...