Posts Tagged "Switzerland"


Updated on: 01/5/19When we announced that two-weeks of our year and a half long trip around the world were going to be spent in the country of Switzerland, we got a lot of interesting feedback.  Of course, most of it was about the price tag. We knew Switzerland was going to be one of the largest budget items of the itinerary and was something we planned for in advance to accommodate.  But after researching many of the options for...

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Updated on: 12/8/18In many cases the highlight of a city is often the unknown experience that you happen to stumble upon after arriving.  Something that, while isn't the main draw to the city, is one you thoroughly enjoyed experiencing after having planned your visit for other reasons. Our stay in Zurich had one of these appear, and it was only later that we found out how lucky we were for it to happen. The Zurich Festival (Zuri...

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Updated on: 01/5/19While exploring Lauterbrunnen, Switzerland we came across an interesting sign.  Not one for a truly Swiss experience like an alphorn concert or cheese making class, but one dedicated to the world of movies.  It simply said “Bond World – Grand Public Opening June 29th.”  We looked at our watches and realized that it was, in fact, June 29th. One glance at each other and we knew, fate was calling. On...

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Updated on: 06/18/18It is not often that our college education and travel meet on common ground, but when they do there is always an interesting outcome.  You see, Angie and I are nerds.  Engineers to be precise.  We're big fans of science, raw data, and craving the unattainable at the same time.  We travel to find the unknown and use our engineering skill sets when we plan, often a bit too much. But sometimes our travels bring us...

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