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I'm not a fan of the flannelette sheet but Europeans love them - they're everywhere. Topped with a duck down doona you have an exothermic combination that will have you cooking in minutes.
A heady blend of excited anticipation and jet lag had us awake at 4:00am.
After an early breakfast it was time to assemble our faithful steed. …
... cool airport and so to our flights..........
Saw the Chatswood kids queueing up and were able to say farewell to Gavin who is off to the Greek Islands with his wife.....a well-earned holiday I would say.
Writing this in Incheon and looking forward to home :)
... Now, I have taken my fair share of Vline (country Victoria trains) and let me tell you, there are no family carriages!! I think that all trains should have family cars as they are a great idea.
Lucerne was home to another chocolate chain where they mixed all kinds of different delicious ingredients into Swiss chocolate. They had a large retail outlet at the station and Mum and Dad promised we would return to that ...
... Adliswil - Zurich HB - Bern - Interlaken Ost - Grindelwald), but are assured this is plenty of time. Sunday 28th December After a lazy morning sleep in, we hired a car and braved the snow to drive to a place called Rapperswil, about 30 minutes away (no well known rappers live here). The snow was quite heavy on the roads, but the Swiss (again) just get on with it! We explored the village and the castle on the hill where there were deer in the gardens. We lunched at ...
... and as the day went on more and more people were exploring the stores and restaurants around the Bahnsostrausse. Prior to heading on our trip I did some research and found a few suggestions on restaurants in Zurich. I'm not usually the type to do this but when looking for what local food to eat I found some suggestions and pursued them. Most of them were busts but we found one that we liked, a sausage and potato place called Zueghauskeller. It was an old German ...