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Paranoia set in this morning. I had to check the bottles that had been laying sideways in our suitcases overnight.
They were dry. Good.
Noemi could join us today so we headed to the train station to meet her.
Our last day, heading out tomorrow.
Came back to drop off a bag, showed her around, sat for a while, visited.
Time to go out for a walk and lunch. Tonight was the dinner we'd be preparing to have with Noemi, Hedwig, ...
I should know better.
When T asks, "want to go out & do something?" it sounds so innocent and unassuming. I should have plenty of experience with this already.
In this case I believe we climbed a mountain or it sure felt like it.
Took train to Malters, the town closest to where T's family used to live.
Wandered through Malters as T took in all the changes.
There were lots of people at the train station ...
... We then met some people who told us about a great place to party for the night! So we headed over to the pub roadhouse! To our surprise the upstairs pub had a downstairs night club! So after a long night of drinking and partying we got up and decided to see the city! Sofia wasn't feeling great so she stayed behind! Me Ali and Alexis headed off to see the sights! We went to a place called the nine towers! It was a series of towers connected by ...
I'm writing this as I am riding through the Swiss Alps into the Italian Alps on the unofficial William Tell Express train. Unofficial means I paid half price to ride the same train but without a special lunch and being in first class and having views with fewer instructions. It is a BEAUTIFUL train ride. One of the nicest ones I have experienced. Yesterday I arrived In Lucerne around noon. I must say, train travel in Switzerland is just a pure joy. It's almost ...
... jams, milk, juice and cheese greeted us as we sat down and savored the rich bouquet of delights laid out before us. After a hearty breakfast with our newfound friends, we all threw on our boots, wrapped ourselves up in fleece and jackets and piled into the tractor trailer to begin the day’s adventures. A short ride out into the lush green farmland, dodging grazing cows and electric fences and we finally reached our destination. A lone ...