Hi everyone! I hope you have enjoyed the photos. It was a wonderful trip and I enjoyed it very much. It’s always fun to visit new places and see how things operate in other countries. Below are just a few observations:
You have to pay to use the toilet, about 50 to 75 cents in some countries. The only place you don’t pay is in a restaurant were you are eating.
The traffic lights in the UK, the cycle is green, yellow, red for stopping and then red, yellow, green to go.
Bathroom stalls, all stalls are completely private, the walls go from ceiling to floor and the handle to lock the door, on the other side provides a green/red symbol to let you know it is occupied. How nice, I loved that. No bending down to look for feet.
In the Netherlands, the clerks in store are not accustomed to customers saying “Hello, how are you?” 🙂
Tights for pants is totally in, as are the black pantyhose with shorts for the younger girls.
Hope you enjoy the pictures below from Switzerland and England.
Horses in Jenaz Switzerland, Susi’s village
Cute little baby goat – they are so sweet!
Lucerne Switzerland, famous wooden bridge
Church in Lucerne
Pia, Susi and me – enjoying coffee and pastries in Lucerne
Typical road in Susi’s village
This little guy is about 2 hours old
Here kitty, kitty, kitty……..
Road leading up to Susi’s house. Everyone is Switzerland has very strong legs.
Very friendly dog in Saas, Susi’s village where she grew up.
World Monument Salginatobel Bridge – International Historic Civil Engineering Landmark – built in 1929/30. Only 30 structures in the world have this distinction. Located in Schiers, Switzerland
This kitty belongs to Silvia, she is Andy and Alexandra’s daughter. I forgot his name.
This is Mona, she belongs to the owner of the B&B I stayed at in Switzerland. I believe she is about 18 years old.
Random cat in Jenaz – they all seem to drop and roll when you approach them.
Andy and Alexandra – Susi’s daughter and son-in-law. Super nice couple!
Susan and me, last day, heading to the airport. Susan is a goat farmer, milk and cheese. Very hard work!
Me and Princess Sharon at Windsor Castle
It was a beautiful day at Windsor!
Windsor Castle – the queen was not there on this day.
The Long Walk at Windsor Great Park.
Hello Prince Harry!!!
McGee – he is a Viszla – very sweet dog.
Robert the Bruce! Also known as Bruce.
Chris and Kim’s home in Reading England.
Zac – my new best friend
View of London from the plane. See the London Eye (Ferris wheel) to the left? That is the River Thames.
Zac (he was not feeling well that night), Chris, Kim and Sharon.