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originally posted by: Edumakated
originally posted by: Flyingclaydisk
a reply to: Edumakated
Off-topic (on my own thread), but you're right; Switzerland does have some weird food habits. For me, it wasn't so much the food wasn't good (it was delicious), it was more the fact you couldn't hardly find any of it. There aren't restaurants all over like many other places, and the ones which are there close at about 3pm. So, I was there skiing (among other things) and when you'd get down off the mountain everything was closed. At one point me and my group were so hungry after a few days of this that we begged our hotel manager to open the restaurant and make us some food. It was mostly cheese and coldcuts, but at least it was something!
That right! I remember now! There were like no restaurants... or anything easily accessible. That's what it was... there simply was no food! I remember we finally broke down and found a grocery store and brought a bunch of food back to our hotel. However, you couldn't just easily run out and grab a burger or something.
originally posted by: skunkape23
I would sooner eat the beetles congregating under street lamps than MickeyD's garbage.
I can't even stand the smell of the place.