Some interesting differences between English and Swiss culture.
Maybe other terminals of Heathrow look different, but for the average traveller a sign that shows the direction to the nearest tube station would be helpful. On the other hand, the Swiss Airport has almost too many signs.
Coca Cola bottle
Why do English Coca Cola bottles have an indication how to open the bottle? Is this not obvious enough?
The pictures of the Coca Cola bottle and the crosswalk could give the impression that English people like instructions. Or did they think of the tourists, when they introduced such detailed instructions?
Recently I was playing around with my camera phone, and I made some interesting experimental photos. I turned off the flash, and focused a light-source. Then i pressed the trigger of the camera and tilted the camera randomly.
For longer time exposure, I selected the "Twighlight landscape"-option from the scenes-menu.
A LP of Hip-Hop-artists Pharcyde costs more than $2000 on Amazon.de. Exactly 1.820,99 Euros, that is about $2700.
The LP was made in 2007, so I can see no reason, why it should cost so much, unless Amazon has a calculation-bug in their software.
Fortunately the shipping is free of charge.
You can find a bigger screenshot of the full product here:
This weekend there was a City Rail Contest near my home, in the middle of town. It wasn't snowing, but snow was needed for the snowboards and skis. So the snow was transported by a truck.
It's a little crazy to transport snow into a town and to pour it on the sidewalk, but fortunately they didn't need to carry it a long way, because some kilometers outside of Zug there was plenty of snow.
The next day, the rails were ready to be grinded.
The whole thing was organized by a freeride shop called Welcome