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    Mountain passes and tunnels information

    by ealgisi Written Jun 8, 2008

    Favorite thing: It is always better to be informed about road conditions.
    So for this reason here's a website that wil tell you every Swiss tunnel and mountain pass status, open or closed.

    http://www.tcs.ch/main/it/home/verkehrsinfo/paesse_tunnels.html

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    Useful phone numbers

    by ealgisi Updated Jan 5, 2010

    Favorite thing: The most common European emergency number 112 (following Directive 2002/22/EC: Universal Service Directive) and also standard on GSM mobile phones. 112 is used in Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Republic of Macedonia, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Ukraine and the United Kingdom in addition to their other emergency numbers.

    Here are some useful phone numbers that you might need while in Switzerland:

    Police: 117
    Ambulance: 144
    Fire: 118
    Poison: 145
    Road emergency: 140
    Psychological support (free and anonymous): 143
    Psychological support for teens and children (free and anonymous): 147
    Helicopter air-rescue (Rega): 1414 or by radio on 161.300 MHz
    Air rescue (Air Glaciers) (in Valais only): 1415

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    Few words in Swiss German

    by ealgisi Written Jun 13, 2008

    Favorite thing: Below few words in Swiss German that you can use while visiting Switzerland.

    Hello - Grüezi
    Hello (to more than one person) - Grüezi mitenand
    Good evening - Gueten Abig
    Hi (more informal than "grüezi") - Hoi/Salü/Sali
    Hi (to more than one person) - Hoi zäme
    Good bye - (Uf) Widerluege/Ciao/Tschüss
    Thanks a lot - Merci vilmal
    See you later - Bis spöter
    Monday - Määntig
    Tuesday - Ziischtig
    Wednesday - Mittwuch
    Thursday - Dunschtig
    Friday - Friitig
    Saturday - Samschtig
    Sunday - Sunntig
    One - Eis
    Two - Zwei
    Three - Drüü
    Four - Vier
    Five - Feuf
    Six - Sächs
    Seven - Sibe
    Eight - Acht
    Nine - Nüün
    Ten - Zää
    Eleven - Elf
    Twelve - Zwölf
    Thirteen - Driizä
    Fourteen - Vierzä
    Fifteen - Füfzä
    Sixteen - Sächzä
    Seventeen - Sibezä
    Eighteen - Achzä
    Nineteen - Nünzä
    Twenty - Zwänzk
    Twenty-four - Vierezwänzk

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    Few words in Romansh

    by ealgisi Written Jun 13, 2008

    Favorite thing: Below few words in Romansh that you can use while visiting Switzerland.

    0 - null
    1 - in
    2 - dus
    3 - treis
    4 - quater
    5 - tschun
    6 - sis
    7 - siat
    8 - otg
    9 - nov
    10 - diesch
    11 - endisch
    12 - dudisch
    13 - tredisch
    14 - quitordisch
    15 - quendisch
    16 - sedisch
    17 - gisiat
    18 - schotg
    19 - scheniv
    20 - vegn
    1/2 - in miez
    1/3 - in tierz
    1/4 - in quart
    second - la secunda
    minute - la minuta
    hour - l'ura
    day - il di
    week - la jamna
    month - il meins
    year - igl onn
    decade - il decenni
    century - il tschentaner
    millennium - il millenni
    forever - adina / en perpeten
    morning - la damaun
    noon - il miezdi
    afternoon - il suentermiezdi
    evening - la sera
    night - la notg
    midnight - mesanotg
    Monday - gliendischdis
    Tuesday - mardis
    Wednesday - mesjamna
    Thursday - gievgia
    Friday - venderdis
    Saturday - sonda
    Sunday - dumengia
    January - schaner
    February - favrer
    March - mars
    April - avrel
    May - matg
    June - zercladur
    July - fenadur
    August - uost
    September - settember
    October - october
    November - november
    December - december
    bread - il paun
    cheese - il caschiel
    butter - la pischada
    chips / french fries - pommes frites
    potato - il truffel
    rice - il ris
    pasta - pasta
    vegetables - legums
    fruit - il fretg
    apple - il meil
    pear - il per
    nut - la nusch
    herb - l'jarva
    salad - la salata
    dressing - la sosa da salata
    chicken - il pulaster
    meat - la carn
    veal - la carn vadi
    beef - la carn bov
    pork - la carn piertg
    sausage - la ligiongia
    chocolate - la tschugalata
    fish - il pèsch
    milk - il latg
    cold / hot chocolate - la tschugalata freida / caulda
    water - l'aua
    mineral water - l'aua minerala
    lemonade - la limonada
    wine - il vin
    plate - il taglier
    cup - la scadiola
    glass - il migiel
    fork - la savetscha
    knife - il cunti
    tablespoon - il tschadun
    spoon - il tscahdun pign
    insect - igl insect
    reptile - il reptil
    snake - la siarp
    fish - il pèsch
    bird - igl utschi
    eagle - il tschess
    chicken - la gaglina
    rooster - il tgiet
    mammal - igl animal lactont
    mouse - la miur
    cat - il gat
    dog - il tgaun
    cow - la vacca
    horse - il cavagl
    bear - igl uors
    lion - il liun
    tiger - il tigher
    trail - la senda
    road - la via
    highway - la via pricipala
    railway station - la statziun
    main station - la staziun pricipala
    time table - igl urari
    plane - igl eroplan
    car igl auto(mobil)
    bus - igl autobus

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