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... baby Hendrik and also Sarah's mother, Marie-Therese who we have met a number of times. We travelled by tram to the lake and walked through the park to the Chinese Gardens. These gardens were a gift from Zurich's Chinese partner town, Kunming, as thanks for Zurich's technical and scientific assistance during the development of Kunming's City drinking water supply and drainage. Once stepping inside the garden walls you could think that you were indeed in ...
... first time I have known him to make a mistake.
Stopped at a little town on Lake Lucerne (can't remember the name at present, but will check it out if we go there again.) It was very cold, it was 14C when we arrived in Zürich, but got colder as the day went on.
Stopped at a Lookout at Lundgren, took a few photos, beautiful views.
We then went on to Brienz, where we stopped & the others had Coffee & Cake, ...
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... Not really sure where to go but one chap sent me up to Departures to the Visitors Lounge. No wifi here or at least none readily ascertainable. Wanted a mobile number but if you don't carry a phone with you, what's the point? In . any event, what's with 45M usage when it should be complimentary and no stupid acrobatics. Let's get with the program, AAI.
Not sure of the procedure so asked a military type re getting my boarding pass. Sent me on and I ...
... the old squares with the alfresco paintings adorning their facades, mazes of little streets, a beautiful Jesuit church, the wide promenade down the side of the lake, the city walls which are virtually intact with their nine towers spaced at regular intervals and all overlooking the town and the lake.
I love Switzerland. As soon as we crossed the border, you knew you were in Switzerland because nearly every farmhouse and every house ...