Saw these Russians(?) buying half of this Sprüngli store at Kloten. Total price: 968 Swiss Franc. That’s an awful lot of Luxemburgerli to carry home (and eat).
Probably an old hat to some, but Bally, a traditional Swiss brand, discovered the affluent Chinese market.
…and left me with two separate Lufthansa and United Silver Status cards, I had to walk quite the distance at LHR to find the matching lounge, serviced by BMI. Luckily, it was quite nice.
… and the rest is ground-up slaves, as my neighbor remarked. (See top of packaging.)
… from American uproar. Or what am I missing?
It does say “Made by Chinese” – hmm? Given that it is a Chinese brand, are they now outsourcing to poor U.S. (Chinese) workers?
I went running last Sunday, at -15 degree Celsius, I felt the cold creeping up on me and finished my run slower than usual. Despite layers upon layers, I felt miserable.
So I skipped running on Monday and went out again only today, at -1 degree Celsius. I was surprised, it was pleasantly warm. “Spring is almost here,” I thought to myself.
It seems California sunshine has finally left my bones, and the German winter has embraced me. Goodbye California, hello Germany! Your lost child has returned.
Or maybe my brain hasn’t thawed yet from Sunday’s run.