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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 ...
Up early, well reasonably early anyway, purchased some pastries and we were on our way to Mt Pilatus. The thought of chair lift and cable cars had Slug worried. But Beaver assured him that he could conquer his fear of heights in one fell swoop. A small cable car ride for 30 minutes was a mild start but then we transferred to the big mother of a cable car, and as 20 of us piled in the nerves set in. The ride to the top of Mt Pilatus (2132 metres above ...
... Warm mornings allowed me to even get off my usual bus route a couple of stops before the train station, and to walk the rest of the way there..strolling through the streets and on some days through the market. Summer is so great. Some public holidays had me playing tourist in Swld and I explored the infamous Tessin area..going to the south of Swld to Lugano. It was definitely a different vibe, with the Itialian population in majority and ...
... 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.
... and they announced it was time for audience participation.
As Sylvia went around the room picking a person from each tour group, Chris just knew it was going to be him. Sure enough she looked right down from the stage and said,"you there, the one with the glasses."
As Chris described it:
I joined the rest of my fellow "volunteers" on stage to the cajoling of my own group and resigned myself to blow that horn. We all did a fair job, one guy ...