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- Non-smoking rooms
- Conference facilities
- Breakfast Available
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... referred to as our "lonely child"). Sarah introduced us to her partner, Christoph and their little son, Hendrik, who is just four months old. We enjoyed a leisurely couple of hours catching up and then Chris cooked us a lovely dinner. One of the lovely advantages of our travels is that we get to meet local people in their own homes rather than always being a tourist and being treated as such. With a leisurely start to the day we met up with Sarah, ...
... 30 hours before we landed in Zürich. He had only one mishap, we had come off a freeway of sorts & when he went around the next roundabout, went the wrong way, forgot for a moment we were on the wrong side of the road, luckily there was no one else on it at the same time, but you should have seen the look of the drivers face of the car behind us. He is usually such a great driver on the wrong side of the road & this ...
... Arial, 'lucida grande', tahoma, verdana, arial, sans-serif; font-size: 12px; line-height: 15.3599996566772px; white-space: pre-wrap; background-color: rgb(219, 237, 254);">I also paid a visit to Lauren, to ay one final goodbye to James, Claud, Elton and Roxy. We chatted for ages and Amanda had to come get us for lunch.
... The overhead compartments were checked. Another chap confirmed the ongoing passengers. Cleaning staff came aboard. The latter might have checked the entertainment system for bugs as inoperative on both legs.
Did not feel like culling pix on the onward leg. Chicken for dinner was voraciously wolfed down, a granola bar masquerading for lunch.
Down at 1915. Half or more of the passengers were up with the seatbelt sign on, a stewardess ...
... Euro to about 4.80 Swiss francs (about 3.90 Euro). Looking on the positive side, we should lose some weight in Switzerland, especially as we plan to go hiking and can't afford to eat!!
Luzern is beautiful. The 14th century Chapel bridge, a wooden bridge, with gabled paintings of old battles, though less of them now since the fire a decade or so ago, is stunning and appears in virtually every picture you will ever see of Luzern. Then ...