The Guest's House
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- Pets allowed
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... to Zurich! With about a 2hr train ride, we changed trains at Landquart and then in Zurich. Once we were in Zurich, we used the cubbies to store our luggage. We payed 18 Frank for two cubbies and shoved our bags into them. It was quick and easy! Next, with no plans we walked around the city. Everything was closed because it was Sunday so we walked to the lake and park. There was a marathon going on so we watched for ...
... br> This next flight seemed really short, I was wide awake and decided to continue reading my same book. We began the descent after about an hour in the air, and with about a chapter left in my book. Landing in Florence seemed familiar to me, as we saw that there was a lot of open land that reminded me of rural parts of Vermont. We had made it, we had finally landed in Florence and it was still in that "this isn't real" phase.
... stumbled across an English language bookstore which was a rare sight so we decided to pop in. It ended up being a great stop because both Bree and I discovered some new authors that sounded interesting and thanks to some Amazon gift cards that my mom had given us, we could test drive a few new options to find some new favorites. So after scouring the shelves for a bit we continued on and made our way over to the old town area where we were staying. There weren’t ...
... more full after this! It was about time to head back to the train station though, to pick up our bags and get ready to go to Murten, via Bern and Kerzers! Thankfully, Fabian had messaged Bradley with instructions about what trains to take and when to change, so we managed it all without mishap and didn't even have to buy tickets thanks to our rail passes! It was nice to see some Swiss countryside on the train, and to see a friendly face when we arrived in ...
... 8217;ve been before, will my experience be similar to yours? Maybe, maybe not.
Will one year’s time render the information I provide here out-of-date? Maybe, maybe not.
It’s best to acquaint yourself with these answers now.
Argument 1: You’re giving legitimacy to the regime.
The Give: During visits to sacred monuments like the Kumsusan Palace of the Sun and Mansu Hill, foreigners are required to bow in respect to the Great Leader ...