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... a bell and got a free Swiss cheese too! It made my day, I was so excited! I ran across the street ringing my bell, yelling HOPP at the runners. Ben, Luanne, and Jessica didn't understand my obsession with the bell, but they thought it was hilarious.
When we arrived at the airport, we had to chug our yogurts and water since we forgot about security. So, we all stood around the garbage chugging yogurts and holding our stomachs in pain. It was too much yogurt for one ...
Today we left Munich and are on our way to Lucerne in Switzerland. To get there we had to go through the little country of Liechtenstein and stopped at their capital city Vaduz. The palace for the royal family is actually a lot smaller than what I expected especially for a royal family that had approximately 7 billion USD and the prince owns 4 billion of that amount. When we got to Lucerne we went to the lion monument which represents the Swiss guard when they went to France. They ...
... Well, it's hard to compare but the best was...
Japan with its impeccable service, great standard and to-die-for sushi and sashimi
China for its amazing history and culture and yummy dumplings
India being the most incredible, fascinating country and having the most delicious food ever
Nepal with its... hmmm, highest mountains and... hmmm
Philippines for its awesome ...
... and had a major waterway flowing through the middle. The pictures you see in books are spot on, but being there was incredible. We took lots of pictures, walked the bridge and took it all in. We had only an hour, not long enough but plenty of time to get a taste of the city! We met back at the bus and continued the journey to Alpnachstad. This is the little town at the base of Mt. Pilatus. There were 8 of us on this tour and the rest went to Mt. Titlus. There tour went to 10,000 ...
... especially Alyssa loved the horses in particular -- she took (no joke) over 300 photos. We had to miss the burning of the boogg because we met up for a fondue dinner with Jonathan's friend John and his family. The hardest part of the evening was crossing the parade route to get to the restaurant.
The next day was cold and rainy, and I wasn't particularly ambitious about exploring the city, even though it's quite ...
Other places to stay in Olten
Riggenbachstrasse 10, Olten | 4 star hotelfrom $160
Bahnhofstrasse 5, Olten | 2 star hotelfrom $159
Tannwaldstrasse 34, Olten | Hotelfrom $149
Hubelistrasse 15, Olten | Hotelfrom $202
Dorfstrasse 129, Olten | Hotelfrom $220