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- Wheelchair accessibility
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... connected by a secret passageway. It was very interesting yet very sad To walk through and visualize what millions and millions of people went through because of discrimination. We didn't have much time after this before we had to jump on our night train to Zurich. We went to the grocery store And bought some fruit, peanut butter, bread, and salad. Our bodies needed to detox :) Jake and I agreed that although Amsterdam has some very charming ...
... reading, drinking tea, walking by the lake and just soaking up the feeling of being 'at home'.
Matt has been doing some work which is ...
... some pswd info. in the mail
-received notifcation that a package has arrived that I must sign for: package contained more pswd info and a mini calculator. I thought..how nice..an account opening gift. But no: its an access card. With this calculator I can slip in my bank card and coordinate with my computer login info to get various passwds and ..voila..I'm in to do some e-banking...BUT I couldn't ...
... had been correct, so made our way to voie (platform) B and got on the train, which was a bit of an experience because there was no obvious place to put luggage and our seats were occupied. One of the occupants helped put our heavy luggage in the overhead racks, and then vacated the seats – it seems there is a class below second class that doesn’t guarantee a seat. His girlfriend sat on his lap through to Mulhouse and he ...
This sunday I made a nice hiking trip with my Dad to the Speer mountain. It suposed to be a training for my further Trekking in Cusco or better said it was in order to see how fit I am. We part in the morning with the car to Amden from where we start our hiking. To begin we could see the lovely Walensee, which for me is one of the most beautifull lakes in Switzerland, and after passing the forest we came allways closer to the mountains.
Many years I ...