From Geneva To Zurich
We woke up early, at 5 AM, and walked to the tram station from our hotel.
On the way there we saw 7 or 8 different groups of drunk people wobbling their way home and half-muttering/half-yelling at each other in French. So I guess there are some crazy things to do in Geneva if you have the energy.
After a quick trip on the tram, we wandered around the Geneva train station a bit before taking a seat in their tiny waiting area for an hour. When the time came, we went up to the tracks and hopped onto an empty car.
The weather was gross. I slept for most of the way to Zurich since there was nothing to see.
The Zurich Train Station
Switzerland is too cool. We went from French-speaking Geneva to German-speaking Zurich, and they're in the same country.
I don't know why I'm so impressed, but I really dig that they are able to operate like that.
The weather was still cold and rainy, so we didn't do any quick site-seeing in our two-hour layover like we had planned. But the train station is so massive that there were more than enough places to check out.
P.S. German is not as sexy of a language as French. But you probably already knew that.
That's pretty much the entire trip. It got darker, and the views weren't as impressive as we moved along.
The Vienna entries are coming. Stay tuned for more Mun-tastic adventures.
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