Hotel-Restaurant Uto Kulm
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... just to read and reply to all of the messages, and by that time is the 30 cent soft serve cone, well and truly melted. No one ever tells you that having a social life is such hard work. ;) Packed my bag and I was off with the cousins to the Hallebad, the indoor pool center. It was so nice to swim again, thankfully I thought twice about not packing a swim suit. Watched the Olympic Games, where the Swiss ice hockey team played Lettland, a former Russian country and got their buts kicked. ...
... would be an awesome place to visit and spend some time doing hikes through the mountains and villages - absolutely stunning!! Our train to Jungfrau was scheduled for 3.30pm so after five hours of looking around little towns we were very ready to make the journey. The cable car journey takes you into tunnels to get up the mountain that were built 100 years ago, so it is pretty impressive to go through. There are a few stops along the way for people to jump off and walk through a ...
Well, the five past month were a blast. Besides amazing scenery, great culture and mostly yummy food it was definitely the people I met along my trip who made my experience in South East Asia really unique. Thanks to all of you at this point!
Apart from the amazing people I came up with some conclusions which I'd like to list in this summary below:
- Thai chicken are a notch more intelligent ...
... top of Rigi Kulm. Great views for a bit then the clouds came in. No surprise but great while the views lasted. We didnt have much time anyways as we had to get to Zurich in the same evening.
We were totally hooked up in Zurich too. We had a double suite with a kitchen. Much nicer than the rooms I thought we were going to have. The following day was our last day together. Steves parents treated us to some fondue. You have to have fodue in Switzerland, even if ...
... I could have spent more time there! I managed to hop onto a tram and visit the gravesite of James Joyce. He spent the last few years of his life in Zurich and him, his wife, and two sons are all buried in the city. I was about to get back on the tram to go back to the trainstation when I saw these signs that said “FIFA.” I flipped through my guidebook to see if by FIFA they meant the soccer organization but I couldn't find anything that mentioned it. So ...