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... to them there. I feel incredibly sad that this part of our holiday is over, but very privileged to have been a part of this years Euro Alps Tour. After a hour or so wandering around Feldkirch we were able to check into our room and have a short nanna nap. We then went looking for something to eat, but still full from lunch, we settled for an ice cream. On our way back to our room we ran into Jim and Ann and arranged ...
Picked up our hire car this morning in Zurich - a VW Polo. After I got in the right side of the car I discovered the steering wheel was missing. I hope that makes the rental cheaper? ....oops wrong side. Once we worked out changing the gears with the right hand and to stop putting the wipers on instead of the indicators we arrived back in Wald at lunch. With our bellies full from a traditional hot lunch not dinner we ventured out. The car ...
... This morning it was foggy and cool. We have gone north, east and west so the only logical direction to take was south.... to the area around Interlaken.
Before I go on you have to know that we still have an issue with the highways, or at least we did until this morning. We broke down and bought a pass for the major highways in Switzerland. Last year Shane and I had no problem with the roads but this year is different. The village of Isenthal isn't ...
... lives together as a young married couple. The city is rich with history... full of interesting places to walk....great food.... secret little banking hideaways (for preferred clientele only)... romantic waterways...and shopping! Now I didn't buy anything but the window shopping here is to die for. If I only had the 230 Swiss Francs for the cute little sweater I found for my grandson!!! Who has that kind of money? This is how the rich live I guess... ...
... and instead the driver had his car. Someone should've told him he didn't have a fiat or mazerati or whatever those speedy little cars are in the Italian Job and Bourne Identity and the like, but I was afraid to! And I got to sit shot gun. The best part: We got to cross the Galata Bridge, over the Bosphorus, and officially into the Asia part of Turkey. Sweet! The worst: there were no oh **** handles... oh ****! The undecided: the trip ...