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... top of the mountain. You could get amazing views of the alps and lakes. It was well worth the extra money. After that we drove to Lichtenstein and stopped for lunch (2nd country of the day) then drove through Austria briefly (3rd country) and lastly arrived in Munich (4th country) at about 7. We had time for a quick change and then headed to a beer hall for dinner. The beer halls were packed and we couldn't get a seat! We ended up at a slightly more ...
... would ruin the photo! At that point i stood where i was, handed the camera to one of the ladies on the trip, dropped my backpack, grabbed joelene and said to the lady with the camera, make sure you get a few! I will make sure i upload the photo of this guy in the corner of the photo giving me the daggers as i happily stood around for my photo. My biggest problem at this point is working out which ones of the hundreds of photos we are going to upload from today as there are simply - ...
... Heidi's village. A pleasant short walk leads to a collection of typical mountain houses, a village shop, and of course lots of little goats. Entry into the authentic Heidi House is optional. In wintertime, you'll visit the quaint Swiss village of Werdenberg instead.
A beautiful trip back to Zurich along the banks of Lake Walen, guarded over majestically by the Churfirsten mountain range brings to a close this most nostalgic of Swiss tours.
... to the comfortable warmth of the Panorama Restaurant where we ate local sausages and potatoes with a lovely bottle of red wine. This was all enjoyed with the most astounding views outside the picture windows.
We then reversed the journey to return to Lucerne. Once we got off the train it was close to dusk so we walked over the river to see the Lowendenkmal (Lion Monument). What a ...
... China, the US and India. The average official salary in 2011 was equivalent to $2 per month while the actual monthly income seems to be around $15 because most North
Koreans earn money in illegal small businesses: trade, subsistence farming, and handicrafts. (wikipedia)
Each year 3000 to 4000 Western tourists visit North Korea, along with thousands of Asians. They get a preferential treatment with guides ...