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... sound ;) Back down the mountain and we travelled back to Lucerne on a lake cruise. The captain pointed out interesting points along the way After the cruise we had a few hours free to explore the city and have lunch. Found a great market stall and bought some cheese and a beautiful bread roll and had a relaxing lunch by the river. We were meant to have the whole afternoon free, but Bern was most excited that she had a new experience for us. Just out of ...
... up hill the last 15 mins or so and wow what a view from the top....you can see all Zurich and you are on the side of the lake looking across it so you can see all the boats coming and going.....we watched the eagles and the clouds for awhile and then went inside for a lovely meal. I had a salad, lamb and W and I shared a Meringue for dessert. We also had a white and red local wine which was excellent....it was a very nice evening and we didn't get home until close to ...
... we checked in, Ben got denied and had to go talk to personnel. We were all worried he wouldn't get on our flight, but when he came walking over with the biggest smile on his face we were confused. Swiss Airlines overbooked our flight, so they offered to pay Ben 310 Swiss Francs to take an Iberia flight 2 hours later. He was so excited because that's more than we payed for our flight! At the gate, they needed more volunteers, so Jessica, Luanne, and I rushed over. Except they ...
... newcomers and the unofficially
employed from property investment. However, foreigners married to Chinese nationals are allowed to buy up to two homes, no tax documents needed.
Aug 30: A Chinese tour group refused to hand over 30 sets of stainless steel cutlery on a Singapore Airlines (SIA) flight, according to the Qianjiang Evening News. Following the in-flight meal, all 30 members of the group -- which
was touring Thailand, Malaysia, and Singapore -- promptly ...
It took me a long time to work out the date today! The calendar has lost its meaning and one day is running into the next so it is all a bit of a blur. But I figured out that it is Sunday and the day's events have confirmed that, as have the sound of some church bells. That means we are half way through the conference! We have just rolled from one session to the next today and at the breaks we talk to so many people that I am glad to sit ...