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Comments to article «I Moved to Switzerland 6 Years Ago but I Still Get Surprised at the Way People Live Here»
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I fell in love with Switzerland!
Not sure if I'd live there but I love going there on holidays. I've been to Lausanne, Montreaux and Geneva. Going to Zurich for Easter break. A fabulous country by all means!!
Hm, even though they don't teach complex subjects at school, it's still one of the wealthiest and smartest nations. Amazing!
Would be cool to live there for some time :)
They are not the only ones, where everything closes after 18.30. In many Eastern european countries it's exactly the same. Only bars and cafes stay open
I grew up in Bern. I miss the orderliness, cleanliness, and the quiet. The Swiss people know how to organize their daily lives for real ennoyment; there are strict rules to keep as neighbors, which the Swiss seem happy to follow, since one learns early on to be considerate. No "it's a free country"-speak in Switzerland! I 'm afraid I've got to disagree with your assessment of Swiss school education; perhaps it is because I graduated from high school speaking 4 languages at 15-1/2 yrs of age, or because I'm still comparing my. compulsory class curriculum with those in the U.S., where many subjects aren't even taught anymore, or offered in later on in college only. I'm75 now, return to Switzerland fairly regularly, and am proud to observe that certain values and a more disciplined way of living still exists there!
I spent 9 weeks in Switzerland with my family at Zurich as my son working as a software engineer.Almost covered seeing all the beautiful and wonderful places.We enjoyed every minute there, specially in a Gothhard express train to Lugano.Finally l can
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