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... br clear="none" style="line-height: 10.5733327865601px;">In the night it was very quiet, so I had sound sleep, though still woke up early in the morning.
This morning we had a wonderful breakfast in the hotel, which was not our first choice, but arranged by its sister hotel because our booked hotel decided to close for renovation. Ski season is almost over, this Easter weekend should be the last ski weekend.
... After a quick schnitzel lunch, we wandered around town. Where Lucern was noisy with great city sounds, Wengen is quiet with mountain peaks all around. There are cable cars up the sides of mountains and water falls dotting the valley walls. Bakeries, hotels and restaurants make up the majority of the town. The weather was great when we got there, with clouds building slowly through the day. By 8 PM, we had ...
... us all and before we knew it our train arrived and so it was off to platform 7 and board our double-decker hi speed TGV train to Strasbourg.
This train was extremely clean and tidy. We sat upstairs and had a great view of the passing scenery as we flew along at mighty speed through the French countryside.
Finally after about 2hr20min we arrived into Strasbourg where we yet again changed onto a train bound for Basel. This train was made up of old coaching stock with a ...
... for being a religion and Jedi fails by one criterion. By the time Daniel and I had been through the criteria, we agreed that his teacher was wrong and that Jedi did fit the criteria for a religion. And all this was before we got to the airport.
Switzerland. It was a long day travelling as we were staying at wengen. After arriving at zurich airport, we got ourselves a Swiss rail pass - sadly the travel agent let us ...
... br> my family and friends for the hospitality shown to us. The experience was unforgettable, and it is
as if I’d never left the country or my family before. Yet, life goes on, and I am better for the
Thanks to Marianne
& Tom for sharing their house, food, cars, bikes, rides; to Annina for
sharing a room; to Pascal for giving up his room; to Sandy for our adventure in
Davos and transportation; to Yvonne & Rolf ...