Travel Blogs from Malters
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 ...
... restaurant we planned on going to for dinner. After a few hours and a few purchases, we came across the restaurant which was a bust. Oh well, Lebanese it is! There is actually a large Turkish and Lebanese population in Swirzerland. I had my fix last night for dinner and have no problem with eating the yummy meaty goodness again.
What we discovered is that every corner of this city has a bakery...filled with fresh bread and pastries. ...
I am in Switzerland at the moment and I don't know Hello in their language. Actually people in Switzerland can talk English, German, French and Italian depending on where they live (maybe even at the same time!).
We said au revoir to France when we left Annecy which has a huge lake. I have been able to learn all the numbers from 1 to 10 in French.
Hello friends and family,
Sorry for the hiatus from blogging, but I’ve been kept busy writing papers and finishing up exams. From a paper on the efficiency of the Swiss Armed Forces to an oral French exam, I haven’t had too much time to go on trips and adventures. However, now that we’re finished with our classes, I’m tasked with completing a month long research ...
This was the day after our arrival at Malters. The sun was shining and we set out for the railway station with full intentions of going up the Mount Pilatus by the steepest cog railway in europe, or is it the world?
The train came at the prescribed time and only took 10 minutes to speed us into Luzern. Quickly crossing the road in front of the Hofbahnhof we realised that we had missed the boat to Alpenstad by the skin of our teeth. A quick ...