Annie Bananie en Europe

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Short travel reflection: Switzerland is ridiculous

You know you’re probably in Switzerland if…

– trains are ridiculous punctual (staff announced an apology for a 3-minute delay…definitely not happening in France)
– public washrooms are ridiculously clean
– lakes and rivers are ridiculously clear
– grass is ridiculously green
– people are ridiculously well-behaved
– villages are ridiculous picturesque
– everything is ridiculously…perfect

(Oh, and everything is also ridiculously expensive…perhaps not so perfect after all 😦 )

Lauterbrunnen, Switzerland, August 2012

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6 responses to “Short travel reflection: Switzerland is ridiculous

  1. ivy September 3, 2014 at 21:49

    Ooohhh punctual trains. Love that idea! 🙂

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    • Annie Bananie September 3, 2014 at 22:01

      Ironic that punctuality, which should be the norm, can be considered luxury in some places 😛 I think Swiss trains were the most punctual I’ve experienced so far…Austria wasn’t far off 😛

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  2. oliveolove September 3, 2014 at 22:21

    Switzerland is also ridiculously expensive… le sigh… Wish I could visit especially since my husband is Swiss! Sounds beautiful!

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    • Annie Bananie September 3, 2014 at 22:23

      Oh yes, that is true! I can’t believe I missed perhaps the most important point. I just added that to the list too, thanks to your reminder 😛 You’ll have to visit Switzerland despite it being expensive though – unforgettable experiences 🙂

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  3. ahamm1 September 3, 2014 at 23:41

    Everything is ridiculously expensive, but the views make up for it

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