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Anomalous Diffusion - From Basics to Applns. [LNP 0519] by A. Pekalski, et. al.,

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Moritz; 081/837-28-00): Built in 1658, this business is located in what’s said to be the only authentic Engadine-style house that remains in all of St. Moritz. It contains three dining rooms, one of which is an informal pizzeria. The other two are rustically elegant hideaways, redolent with warmth and comfort, which cater to an international and very prosperous clientele. com): In a lakefront suburb of chic Montreux, this is one of the finest dining choices around Lake Geneva. In summer, tables are placed on a terrace overlooking the lake.

The principal figure is a savage masked man carrying an uprooted pine tree. At Mittlerebrücke (the middle bridge), he’s met by a lion and a bird with an awesome beak. At noon, the three figures dance on the bridge to the sound of drums. The Wilder Mann (savage man), the Leu (lion), and the Vogel Gryff (griffin) are old symbols for three Basel societies that could be called neighborhoods today. Throughout the afternoon and evening, street dancing in Basel honors the occasion, which originated in the 16th century.

For the best view of this cliché of Ticino charm, climb the 400 steps to the Chiesa di Madonna del Sasso, which dates from the 13th century. See “Morcote” in chapter 15. The best Romantic Getaways • Mürren: It’s so isolated that you can get here only by cog railway or cable car. Set on a rocky, high-altitude ledge hundreds of feet above the Lauterbrunnen Valley, Mürren has a handful of chalet-style hotels, excellent ski and hiking trails, and sweeping views over the mountains of the Bernese Oberland.

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