By Krista Dana
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Com ter Train, bus Bus, train Getting Around l BY CAR TAX I Private autos remain the most convenient way to get around the Alps. Adventurers traveling in pairs or groups will find that renting a car is not expensive. com. DRIVING TIPS All cars are required by law to carry a first-aid kit, a warning triangle, and registration information. These should be provided by your rental agency. In addition, those planning to travel in Alpine areas between October and early spring should carry tire chains.
Pay for your drink and snack at the cashier, take your receipt to the barman, and he’ll dispense the goods, which you then consume standing up at the bar. We hear many complaints about “poor” restaurant service, but I think the issue has less to do with quality than culture. In general, service is slow. Europeans dine out to relax and to enjoy – to rush you would be rude. Service is unobtrusive rather than obsequious, and so, to North Americans, the service may seem inattentive, too. Multi-course meals line up in varying orders depending on where you sit in the Alps.