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The group's inayofuata stop is the Museum of English Rural Life. This museum showcases the history of the English countryside with exhibits on farming, food, and craft. Multi-language audio guides were also available upon request in the ticket booth. The five Marafiki and the Beatles enjoyed looking at the exhibits while using their audio guides to narrate the stories behind them. After going through them all, they bought some vitabu in the souvenir shop. Their third and final stop in the itinerary is the Motion Simulation Room, which allows visitors to try their hand on driving a range of racing cars in fully professional simulators, thus delivering an unbelievably realistic and immersive experience. Everyone had a blast here, and they even got a group picha as a keepsake. As they went back outside, Rosie remarked, "That was such a wonderful tour we had!" George replied, "It sure is, love! We had lots of fun." Rosie said, "Yeah! Since it's already getting dark, shall we eat chajio, chakula cha jioni now?" George replied, "Certainly." Rosie said, "All right." With that, the five Marafiki and the Beatles walked until they found a pizza restaurant. They then went in, got their orders, and waited patiently for their chakula and drinks to arrive.

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We were all very sad to leave Switzerland as we checked out of our hotel and rode a taxi going back to the train station. On the bright side, we thought to ourselves that we will surely come back someday. Our flight route going back to Singapore includes a connecting flight to Frankfurt, Germany via Lufthansa, where our Singapore Airlines flight is waiting. We wanted to go around Singapore before flying back to the Philippines, so we booked a hotel stay for two nights and three days. It was quite an enjoyable short visit that we had, and we also bought zaidi souvenirs here. Finally, it was time...
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It is now is the last siku for exploring, and we wanted to make the most of today before packing our things. My father got intrigued kwa a mashua ride around the lake, so he asked us if we would like to try one. We got excited and accepted his offer right away. Our starting point for the mashua ride is at the tourist center in Montreux, where we bought the tickets. The ride was very relaxing and fun with the calm, crystal blue waters and snow-capped Alps. We stopped at the Vevey pier near the town square. After dropping off, we explored the area, ate lunch, and bought plenty of souvenirs. As the siku drew to a close, we took some last dakika photos. We rested for a few dakika before packing up. I sighed and alisema to myself, "I'm going to miss this beautiful place so much. But I know we will visit here again soon."
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For a change of place, we decided to go to a nature park called Marmot's Paradise. This park is located at the Rochers-de-Naye mountains in Montreux and is reachable via train au kwa hiking. Our new Marafiki had to go back to France today. And while we were sad to say goodbye, we hoped to see them again someday. The three of us rode the bus to Montreux and walked towards the train station. While in the train, we discovered that there was still plenty of snow on the mountains. It was also colder than usual, but that didn't bother us as we were wearing our winter jackets. The park itself is free...
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After my parents had finished their conversation with Dave, they told me that we will be having a siku out with his family tomorrow. I got so excited that I almost couldn't sleep. The inayofuata day, we met his wife, Sophie, and their two daughters in the lobby. They were very happy to meet us. We then rode the bus going to Vevey, as the family planned to visit the Alimentarium chakula Museum. They have visited Chillon Castle, too. Although we've already been there, we decided to accompany them. It soon turns out that our sekunde visit was zaidi fun because we had zaidi companions, and we also had a conversation in the cafe while eating some ice cream. When the museum closed, we took a stroll along the lakeside, taking lots of picha and videos. It was a really enjoyable family siku out and we had a magnificent time together.
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This is a shabiki fiction featuring ponies. If you're not into that stuff, run away immediately.

 Robotnik: Snooping as usual I see. *Takes cover as a Lotus passes through the hole, and lands in front of the logo*
Robotnik: Snooping as usual I see. *Takes cover as a Lotus passes through the hole, and lands in front of the logo*


A police car went through the hole as well, but it was going too slow, and landed on it's roof.

It was a warm evening in Appaloosa, as a Lotus sped down the highway being driven kwa two russian stallions.

This was playing on their radio: link

Seanthehedgehog presents

The Racer

Russian driver: *stops car*
Russian stallion: *gets out, with spraypaint*
Russian driver: торопить...
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My father had finished his work in the Nestle headquarters, which meant that he could explore with us zaidi freely. In our inayofuata outing, we decided to ride the bus going to Villeneuve. While I was waiting for my parents in the hallway, I saw another guest come out of their room. He noticed me and said, "Bonjour!" I smiled, waved, and alisema a quiet, "Oh, Hi." After a few minutes, he asked me, "Where are wewe from?" I replied, "We're from the Philippines." He exclaimed, "Wow! The Philippines!" My parents then overheard our conversation and went out of the room to check what was going on. When he...
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The last museum for our tour is the Historical Museum of Vevey. This museum showcases the history of the city and its surrounding areas. It also has a mission to preserve its cultural heritage. The exhibits here feature Vaud and Swiss furniture, handicrafts, old weapons, medal collections, manuscripts, engravings and paintings of minor Swiss masters. There is also a room showcasing a local event known as "The Feast of the Brotherhood of Winegrowers", which takes place about every twenty years and whose purpose is to protect the interest of vineyards and vine growers. All in all, it was a very interesting museum and we enjoyed it.
 The Historical Museum of Vevey.
The Historical Museum of Vevey.
 Inside the museum.
Inside the museum.
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The inayofuata museum we went to was the Swiss Camera Museum, which is located in Vevey, too. In this museum, there are exhibits showcasing the history of upigaji picha and film. It even displays some vintage cameras. We also watched a hilarious short film in the theater before leaving. In the following day, we visited the Swiss Museum of Games. This museum is just a short walk away from our hotel, and what makes it unique is that it's housed in a castle. Inside the museum were exhibits of classic games, from marbles to chess, as well as retro and modern video games. Our visits to both museums were splendid and we had a very lovely time.
 The Swiss Camera Museum building.
The Swiss Camera Museum building.
 Kodak exhibit in the Swiss Camera Museum.
Kodak exhibit in the Swiss Camera Museum.
 The Swiss Museum of Games.
The Swiss Museum of Games.
 An exhibit of a vintage card game.
An exhibit of a vintage card game.
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Today is the start of our museum tour. We went out a little earlier than usual so we could have zaidi time. The first museum that we visited was the Alimentarium chakula Museum in Vevey. Before going there, we decided to check out the Nestle headquarters and shop. Afterwards, we started our walk to the museum. It was a little far, though. But we didn't mind as we also wanted to walk kwa the lakeside. When we reached the museum vicinity, we posed for pictures with the Charlie Chaplin statue and a suspended giant fork. The museum itself showcases the history of chakula and there are lots of interactive exhibits. There is also a cafe in the ground floor. An audio guide is recommended to make the most of your visit, so I got one for free at the ticket booth. In the end, it was another educational and enjoyable experience for us.
 The museum building.
The museum building.
 The Charlie Chaplin statue.
The Charlie Chaplin statue.
 The suspended giant fork.
The suspended giant fork.
 One of the museum's exhibits.
One of the museum's exhibits.
 The museum's cafe.
The museum's cafe.
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The first historical place that we visited is the Chillon Castle, au the "Château de Chillon", as it is locally called. I was excited for this, as I will be going inside a ngome for the very first time. I've always been fascinated kwa them. My father also took a break from his work so he can visit the ngome with us. We got a discount for our tickets after inaonyesha our visitor card. The ngome was built on a small rocky island in the lake. We explored the dungeon, the dining room, the armory, and the courtyard. There is even an ancient bathroom where the toilets are simply large holes! Overall, it was a fun and educational experience and we enjoyed our visit there. Before going back to the hotel, we ate a hearty chajio, chakula cha jioni at a chinese restaurant called Beijing Town in Montreux.
 Chillon ngome
Chillon Castle
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The Island Of Sodor, 1966

Michael Brandon: Thomas And The Aston Martin DB5.
James & Henry: *Pass each other pulling freight trains*
Michael Brandon: It was a bright, and sunny siku on the Island Of Sodor. Thomas was at Tidmouth Sheds, awaiting instructions for a special special to deliver to Sir Topham Hatt.
Sir Topham Hatt: Today is the siku that I get an Aston Martin DB5.
Michael Brandon: Boomed Sir Topham Hatt.
Sir Topham Hatt: wewe will deliver it from Brendam Docks to Maithwaite safely, and slowly.
Thomas: Yes sir.
Michael Brandon: Chuffed Thomas. And he raced away as quickly as he...
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The bus ride to Montreux was a bit longer than the one going back to Vevey. During our visit, we saw the statue of Freddie Mercury and the Place du Marche. We also hung out kwa the lakeside while taking lots of picha and videos. There was a small shopping center and a maduka makubwa called Migros, too. It was another fun-filled day, as usual. Before we went back to the hotel, we decided to buy some chakula in one of the restaurants. A buffet restaurant called Paradise caught our attention, and we, out of curiosity, casually went inside to check it out. Unfortunately, this restaurant was NO paradise....
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