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Of course I get it - and Margrit and Almeida can get magnesium on prescription from their docs no problem anyhow- btw I don't know of any GPs who do their own dispensing in this part of CH- so could you if your GP agrees it will help any medical condition- my dad used to get magnesium on prescription- but chose to buy it from Migros. Your choice... all I am saying it why 2 countries have decided not to follow the same route and there are + and -.
Again you're so into the specifics of one case that you're completely missing the point: at a pharmacist's shop in the centre of a Swiss city, a product is almost ten times the price of the identical product at the Migros or Lidl or whatever up the hill.

Naturally, I shan't buy that product from that pharmacist's shop again, but that's hardly the point. How on earth can any consumer justify a business taking the piss out of its customers to such an extreme extent? There's simply no good reason for it.
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Again you're so into the specifics of one case that you're completely missing the point: at a pharmacist's shop in the centre of a Swiss city, a product is almost ten times the price of the identical product at the Migros or Lidl or whatever up the hill.

Naturally, I shan't buy that product from that pharmacist's shop again, but that's hardly the point. How on earth can any consumer justify a business taking the piss out of its customers to such an extreme extent? There's simply no good reason for it.
There's no excuse for it whatsoever, the pharmacies here are basically government-protected, price-fixed cartels. There is no discernible competition between them, hence prices stay ludicrous.
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What I don't get is how everyone affords to go to the UK so often. At Easter, flights for me and 2 school age kids - 1000chf.

We went to Glarus instead with my GA!

we drive

even avoided all the toll roads last time out, saved quite a bit, and stocked up in the uk with pain killers, monster munch, creme eggs etc, you know, lifes essentials
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Just out of interest, how much is a fried Mars bar in Scotland at the moment? I need to know so I exchange enough money in advance.......

But talking about being Switzerlanded:

The price for books is outrageous, which is why I order all mine via Amazon.

However, it also means friendly people saying "grüezi" in the street and rather well-behaved kids, except for in Zug, but the screaming brats at the Migros on Saturdays are probably ausländers........
I used to think so too, that Swiss kids here somehow more disciplined and better behaved but over the last 5 years of bringing up our son I notice that obnoxiousness knows no nationality and that if a child is determined to scream its lungs off (or worse still; start pushing and shoving the littler ones) nationality plays very little part.
In fact, if I had to play the nationality card, I'd lean towards finding that Asian children tend to be the best behaved.
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Did that calculation too - 300 chf diesel (we head up to the frozen North) tolls 110 chf, ferry 200 chf and 2 overnight stays (one each way) 300 chf. Add in food etc a long the way and you come to .... 1000 chf!

(We have to break the journey up as our youngest child in particular would not survive a 20 hour marathon - admittedly dropping the overnight stays and heading for somewhere down South would make it cheaper).

Creme eggs - yes I was very glad you went to the UK for those too
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The pharmacy asked if we wanted a syringe to give our daughter her Dafalgon (paracetamol suspension). We said yes. I was pretty shocked that it cost something like 3.50CHF. I asked for two. It was covered under her insurance anyway.

She needed some more. Apparently we lose them. I went to the same pharmacy to ask if I could get them on prescription. I needed 5 because we are going abroad. She said no I have to pay.

They were 30 cents each without a prescription
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Did that calculation too - 300 chf diesel (we head up to the frozen North) tolls 110 chf, ferry 200 chf and 2 overnight stays (one each way) 300 chf. Add in food etc a long the way and you come to .... 1000 chf!

(We have to break the journey up as our youngest child in particular would not survive a 20 hour marathon - admittedly dropping the overnight stays and heading for somewhere down South would make it cheaper).

Creme eggs - yes I was very glad you went to the UK for those too

lol you been helping DB?
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lol you been helping DB?
ahem . (Although not so sure he would view it as "helping" but he was generous none the less)
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Re: You've been Switzerlanded - what does it mean for you?

It's all swings and roundabouts people!


Take it all into consideration:-
Cost of...
Petrol, Rents, Taxes, pasta, milk, cheeses, new cars, railways (and the quality of), Meat, Veg, insurances, health cover, Mortgage rates, etc... etc etc.


Then look at our wages compared to dear old blighted... er... blighty.


I go back about every 6 months to see my Sister. She's always complaining about the cost of living in UK, and what's left over from her weekly monies, and how far that doesn't go!


If you play the game right, buying books from Amazon, getting goodies from the Brit Shop (not Globus or Co-op) and so on, then prices are fine. On balance, I think most of us are better of here!


But if you don't agree, and continue to complain all the time about Switzerland, and how all the other places are better, then why bother staying here?


This is my first ever RANT, but I couldn't hold back.


Enjoy life as you can, there's a lot worse things to go on about than the subject of this thread!


With respect to you all. Have a nice day


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Just out of interest, how much is a fried Mars bar in Scotland at the moment? I need to know so I exchange enough money in advance.......

But talking about being Switzerlanded:

The price for books is outrageous, which is why I order all mine via Amazon.

However, it also means friendly people saying "grüezi" in the street and rather well-behaved kids, except for in Zug, but the screaming brats at the Migros on Saturdays are probably ausländers........
Well here is a funny thing on books, I have just ordered 3 medical textbooks for exlibris online here. The number of the price was the same UK60quid, DE60Euro, CHF60 with 20% off this month, go figure!! I shop in our local Volg for some things as the quality/price ratio is okay and it is 100m away and I want it to stay there.

DB got switzerlanded with his magnesium, he knows that and maybe learns.. but get this thread back on track, what does it mean? Did he die/starve/suffer nightmares or, or, or, no he was shocked and will tell the story about it for years.

Would'nt it be nice to be Swiss and be blissfully ignorant of all this? (Well until the budget was blown!!)

What does it mean?
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ahem . (Although not so sure he would view it as "helping" but he was generous none the less)
just the essentials









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It's all swings and roundabouts people!


Take it all into consideration:-
Cost of...
Petrol, Rents, Taxes, pasta, milk, cheeses, new cars, railways (and the quality of), Meat, Veg, insurances, health cover, Mortgage rates, etc... etc etc.


Then look at our wages compared to dear old blighted... er... blighty.


I go back about every 6 months to see my Sister. She's always complaining about the cost of living in UK, and what's left over from her weekly monies, and how far that doesn't go!

If you play the game right, buying books from Amazon, getting goodies from the Brit Shop (not Globus or Co-op) and so on, then prices are fine. On balance, I think most of us are better of here!
Agree 100%. Regardless of pricing inconsistencies in the goods we buy, I am personally miles better off than I would be if I was in the UK, in both a financial sense, and a more holistic: "I really enjoy my life and the country I live in" sense. That is worth more to me than saving pennies on specific shopping items. Long may it continue!
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we don't go to the uk just to stock up but when we do go over we make sure the car is full on the way back, would be crazy not to
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Big Blue I am quietly weeping.

Apart from the creme eggs, any oatabix in that stash?

Back on thread, my version of Switzerlanded is simple - paying over the odds for no discernable reason. Ambre Solaire suncream 4 euros in Germany, 20 chf in CH. Now do increase the price to take account of the increased overheads, no problem, but where is the extra 50% going?? That is being Switzerlanded.
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Big Blue I am quietly weeping.

Apart from the creme eggs, any oatabix in that stash?

Back on thread, my version of Switzerlanded is simple - paying over the odds for no discernable reason. Ambre Solaire suncream 4 euros in Germany, 20 chf in CH. Now do increase the price to take account of the increased overheads, no problem, but where is the extra 50% going?? That is being Switzerlanded.
fraid not, just shreddies and oats so simple in various flavours
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What I don't get is how everyone affords to go to the UK so often. At Easter, flights for me and 2 school age kids - 1000chf.

We went to Glarus instead with my GA!
Lol yes- we went twice this year as we had to take daughter and all her belongings back to UK- so much cheaper than finding a carrier. So might as well stock up with a few paracetamol as we had to go anyhow- and a few clothes and bits and pieces we can't get here or are much more expensive- still got someone's baked beans btw

I'm sure if one day your kids and grand-kids live in the UK, you'd make it a priority to visit them. Lucky that we can travel outside peak time too. We break up the journey by staying in a very reasonable little hotel in Calais (Hotel de la Plage- they have family rooms) at less than Euro 50 a night, and then take the ferry very cheaply.

So, if Migros is much cheaper for your magnesium or whatever- makes sense to buy there, I agree- or wherever. But there is a reason the Swiss have chosen to protect independent pharmacists' - whether you agree with that choice is entirely up to you of course. But understanding that there are reasons is never a bad thing- helps to make choices.

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I'm sure if one day your kids and grand-kids live in the UK, you'd make it a priority to visit them. Lucky that we can travel outside peak time too.

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The off peak comment is the key - priorities may dictate what you would like to do but at the end of the day, it still comes down to money.

We holiday in CH. And lovely it is too
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The off peak comment is the key - priorities may dictate what you would like to do but at the end of the day, it still comes down to money.

We holiday in CH. And lovely it is too
Yep- I agree. It costs us no more to go shopping in France for much of our stuff, closer than the local larger shops in CH- but still use our local store for many things to support them and the local pharmacy too. We would not drive further to shop in France- really. And as our grand-children and daughters are of course so important to us- going to UK at least twice a year is a must. Flying, even if cheap off-peak, means renting a car there as we have family all over the place, Devon, Surrey, several locations in the Midlands and Norfolk, not easily reachable by public transport (and anyhow, the price of train fares in the UK are just ridiculous)- it is cheaper to drive... so might as well bring a few bits back, for us and for friends. We are also lucky to know others in UK who regularly come here- and they very kindly ask if we need anything, very kind.

Mind you, when we were working and kids in school- we came to Switzerland regularly for our holidays at Peak Time- no choice- as my parents were important to us, and grand-parents for our kids. My parents and family often came to visit us in the UK right up to their 70s- and we took it in turn. When my parents downsized, we camped in the garden- kids loved it. As my parents got older and unable to travel, we had to come and visit them. We used to drive and stock up with Swiss stuff to take back to UK of course. Again, a choice- we never went to exotic locations for our holidays ever. We began to do a bit of travelling further a-field after our kids had left home- I'll always remember the first time we flew to Spain- the year after youngest left home.

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I like it here too, I wouldn't have struggled with the language(s) and other inconveniences if I didn't believe I could fit in here and enjoy doing so, one day.
What are other people for, here, if they don't consider CH to be a win for their life or career, in general? Fair enough, one could have that "win" in other places too, yet one chooses CH. That doesn't make it any less of a "win".

Unless you're talking about local people or about Odile - who is a Swiss too.
I am talking about local people but indeed about people who did not make the choice for themselves. Why automatically expect everyone just picks up and leaves according to his/her wishes, when things do not please anymore. Good people do not so easily, with others depending on them, me thinks. I don't know anyone miserable here, but that does not mean everyone thinks it's an automatic "win". No. (I think, weird enough, my "win" would be Iceland. Or Patagonia, open a school there one day, maybe. Or for beduins, their filosophy is intriguining). At some point of your life you start prioritizing other people's needs, like your kids, family, etc. Most of us make the best of it, but that does not mean it is easy at all, or a place of one's choice. We have no idea about people's conditions nor what influenced their decisions. Local or not.
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Yep- I agree. It costs us no more to go shopping in France for much of our stuff, closer than the local larger shops in CH- but still use our local store for many things to support them and the local pharmacy too. We would not drive further to shop in France- really. And as our grand-children and daughters are of course so important to us- going to UK at least twice a year is a must. Flying, even if cheap off-peak, means renting a car there as we have family all over the place, Devon, Surrey, several locations in the Midlands and Norfolk, not easily reachable by public transport (and anyhow, the price of train fares in the UK are just ridiculous)- it is cheaper to drive... so might as well bring a few bits back, for us and for friends. We are also lucky to know others in UK who regularly come here- and they very kindly ask if we need anything, very kind.

Mind you, when we were working and kids in school- we came to Switzerland regularly for our holidays at Peak Time- no choice- as my parents were important to us, and grand-parents for our kids. My parents and family often came to visit us in the UK right up to their 70s- and we took it in turn. When my parents downsized, we camped in the garden- kids loved it. As my parents got older and unable to travel, we had to come and visit them. We used to drive and stock up with Swiss stuff to take back to UK of course. Again, a choice- we never went to exotic locations for our holidays ever. We began to do a bit of travelling further a-field after our kids had left home- I'll always remember the first time we flew to Spain- the year after youngest left home.
I would have thought shopping in France might not be so clever, what happens when all your village shops close down & you no longer able to climb into the Discovery to go shopping in the winter.

Trains booked in advance are very cheap in the UK, it's just not subsidised as much as the Swiss railway system.
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