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... welcome visitors to the SBB travel centre (T "loved" the moo-ing, I'd like to see his expression had there been yodelling)
1 - buy 22-day Swiss Pass (only available to foreigners)
2 - exchange cash for CHF
3 - washroom please
4 - find & buy SIM cards or our phones (Swiss com - yikes, no too $$$, Orange - yes, good $)
5 - find train for Lucerne
T chose the train that goes 1 direction into the city briefly, 2 stops, then heads ...
... stories, hopes and dreams with those they feel comfortable around. In addition, there are opportunities to approach and converse with locals in public places like in parks and restaurants and on the metro.
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Our next stop after Füssen was Zurich to visit Niko, a good friend of ours. We just had slight ....er technical difficulties getting there. When we went to the train station, there was no train. Instead we were herded onto busses. So it was no surprise that we were delayed and, of course, missed our connecting train to Zurich. We were stuck. In Buchloe (we didn't know the city either). So for 2 hours we ate horrible ice cream, played catch with an orange and scared people away, ...
... extraordinary experience!!
We stopped at a lovely restaurant when we reached the lake and lingered just a bit too long over that last glass of wine. By the time we were ready to continue the walk down the mountain it had started to pour with rain so we had no choice but to go back into the restaurant and order another bottle of wine while we sat watching the rain fall softly on the lake - what a beautiful sight! The restaurant owner was ...
... are extremely friendly and polite and will do their best to help me, if necessary finding an English speaker around to talk to me, and most service staff seem to speak enough English to help out this uni-lingual tourist.
Some low budget options here are to maybe pack some fruit and muesli bars and do what these exercise conscious Swiss do - head into the hills for a lovely day of hiking or perhaps borrow a free bike from any of the city kiosks and cycle round the lake. Alternatively ...