あと国民の皆様の教養の高さがもう信じられなかった。特にドイツ語圏。フランス語圏はびみょうだったが…二ヶ国語はあたりまえ、ギャルソンとか３ヶ国語喋ってたお…ここまで自分の不教養を恥じたことはない。 You speak ONLY English? （しかもお粗末な）と聞かれた悲しみと苦しみ分かってくれ。日本語しゃべるで！って言うたろかと思ったけどそのとき高山病で半分天に召してたのでやめました。チキンやし。
We visited Zurich St.Moritz Zermatt Bern Losanne Geneva by comfortable train. I'm sure I can't live in where doesn't have correct timetable. Most of timetables in Croatia lie us.
Everything in Swiss was beyond my expectation, and it was my first time to think I would like to live in seriously.
Safe politically /Clean /Perfect townscape containing new and old /People high educated /Everything has got style /Nice foods
Swiss has everything, but not too much. Everything was simple. I can't understand how they have made such a perfect country. Because it is not big? hmm....
I hated modern architecture because it destroys harmony. If one of buildings is super cool, it just breaks townscape. Put modern architecture in old town? No...! I thought like this. Actually I've never seen successful example in Japan. But Swiss did. I think all of students studying design of architecture should be sent to Swiss.
And I was surprised that most of people speak at least 2 or 3 languages especially in the German-speaking part. I was disappointed with my language skill. Can you imagine my mind when I was asked "You speak ONLY English?"?(He must have wanted to add poor) I wanted to say "I speak Japanese!", but stopped, because I wasn't brave enough to say it and got mountain sick.
Yeah I got mountain sick. It was terrible. We stayed at Zermatt(Elevation 1700m) located in close to Matterhorn and took a cable car. The cable car brought us to Elevation 4000m in short time! I was almost dying and remember little things. I saw Swiss people were crazy. They were skiing from 4000m !Not only young healthy people but also old or children. The both of my friends were fine (I can't understand them.), so I just sat down in cafe. Anyway much of my memory there disappeared. I just remember beautiful mountains and water at toilet was brown.
And I have a good story. We were in Glacier Express and enjoyed amazing views from window. At a station, a group speaking Chinese came in. I misunderstood they were from mainland of China because I can't recognize difference between Mandarin or Cantonese or Taiwanese , I got scared a little.(I hope the both of governments will solve this huge problem between us immediately.) But they said Hello in Japanese. I asked them where you were from, then they answered they were from Taiwan. A guide of them sat our box. he knew about Swiss very well and gave us information. Plus he gave us cherry cake because he saw we couldn't afford meal service on the train. They made my wish to go to Taiwan stronger.