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Why Everyone Should Travel Solo At Least Once
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Photo Courtesy of Pexels.com Why Everyone Should Travel Solo At Least Once by Monica Houghton   These days my news feed is filled with pictures of solo adventurers taking on the world, heading to one gorgeous destination after another. Even … Read More

Regional comfort foods of Switzerland
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In the German speaking regions of Switzerland popular items such as Pork Schnitzel with French fries, Veal Julienne with mushrooms in a cream sauce served with potato hash browns (Roesti) are more likely influences from Germany and Austria according to … Read More

3rd Gin & Rum Festival – Luzern 2017
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   3rd Annual Gin & Rum Festival – Luzern 2017 Leaving Altdorf on a Swiss double decker bus, enjoying the scenic route to Luzern along the lake to finally arrive at the Ice center of Luzern to enjoy and … Read More

45 Years Abroad, returning to a history filled Swiss Village to join Family
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  Having lived in a half a dozen countries for 45 years there comes a time when a decision has to made if you want to live away from your family or join them where ever they are. I decided … Read More

Sun, palms and great food, you will never guess!
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Zurich to Locarno, by train to the southern part of Switzerland. The Gotthard Tunnel It was 8 ° celsius cloudy and raining heading towards the Gotthard tunnel, the longest tunnel in the world with 54 km in length, the ride … Read More

Jumbo Shrimp in a toasted garlic, white wine and butter sauce
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  Print Pan Sauteed Shrimp on Brioche Course Appetizer Cuisine American Prep Time 10 minutes Cook Time 8 minutes Total Time 18 minutes Servings 1 person Calories 280 kcal Author Chef Ulrich Ingredients 3 pieces large Tiger Shrimp PEELED,DEVEINED 1 … Read More

On the Johann Wolfgang von Goethe Vacation Path
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Johann Wolfgang von Goethe a German writer (1749-1832), novelist, diplomat, statesman and civil servant born August 28th, 1749 in Germany. Some of the notable works he did include the Sorrows of Young Werther, Wilhelm Meister’s Apprenticeship, Faust and many more..In … Read More

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