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I visited Switzerland during my summer break it is the place I have loved. It was a family trip. How can I forget?

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I visited Switzerland during my summer break it is the place I have loved. It was a family trip. How can I forget? The restless coach journey I had, while I patiently waited to cross borders into Switzerland. I had heard quite a few facts about the country also had seen many pictures of the scenery of the country. However being there is nothing compared to looking at pictures or watching te places of interest on television. This is the place I love so much. The scenery in the country was marvellous. The air was fresh and we enjoyed the cool breeze blowing. There were huge pine and oak trees in some parts of the mountainous region. In the other parts the forest had been cleared to make way for housing and grazing land. ...read more.

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Some cows were roaming about freely or grazing. The cows had bells in their necks with an impression of the Swiss flag on it. The sound of the bells, was so calming and added to beauty of the place. 'Jingle, jingle' they rang while the cows were walking, and the tourists stopped to have a glance of the cows. Another fact I never knew about Switzerland was that it had quite a few lakes. The water in the lakes was crystal clear. Spring was on its way which is why the lake was not frozen. However fishing and boating facilities were absent because of safety reasons. You could still enjoy the picture perfect view. There was no humidity in the air. ...read more.

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Thus we could not make a snowman. The weather on the mountain made our finger tips num. All you could see around that place were other tourists clicking pictures. The other icy mountains were inaccessible. It seemed like there were no wild creatures in the place. We could not hear any birds chirp nor was the place occupied by people. it was deserted owing to the height of the mountains and the climate. All we could hear is noise from fellow tourists. The place was wonderful. I felt like I was wrapped in nature's arms in Switzerland. The cold air, lakes, the green surroundings and the beautiful mountains that came along with a pleasant atmosphere. The trip was an unforgettable experience. Lastly the trip had to come to an end and we were back in England. Although this place has really convinced going back there again. ...read more.

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