Welcome to Switzerland, future!

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Finally future transportation systems (meanwhile old again) have made it to Switzerland. Yesterday was the public opening of the first subway in this country, called "M2" in Lausanne (in the French part of Switzerland). Let's make a little history. The first subway (or m├ętro) was opened 1863 in London and it still runs. The "tube" is 145 old! But let's be happy and celebrate - as yesterday some did with drinking champagne at 5.20am. Ewwah! But I have to admit, this transportation system is nice. It's way faster than the bus and you don't have to wait in the cold anymore. Plus: It looks nice (now! let's review that in 4 years again) and it gives you the feeling to finally be a part of the future. Enough of words. Lets ride it!!


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