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Old 01.03.2016, 23:44
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Hi Frann, thanks for responding!

I start my new job tomorrow and I'll be working 80%, free on Tuesdays in March. Want to try to meet next Tuesday? I live in the Altstadt with all those blasted church bells. I can't get away from them!
Talk to you soon,

Cassie
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Old 02.03.2016, 18:22
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Hi Frann, thanks for responding!

I start my new job tomorrow and I'll be working 80%, free on Tuesdays in March. Want to try to meet next Tuesday? I live in the Altstadt with all those blasted church bells. I can't get away from them!
Talk to you soon,

Cassie
Hi Cassie,
I'm free Tuesday afternoons , pick a place - near said blasted bells or otherwise
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Old 08.07.2016, 15:42
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im from the UK Sheffield and i live in Laax just up the road from Chur.

wife is Swiss but speak perfect English

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Hi everyone, I am also new in Chur (ehm.. actually Trimmis)...
Although I am italian I love speaking english and would like to hang out with some native speakers.

I work in Chur, I join a basketball team once a week (called oldies but goldies) also in Chur, beside that, not much connected yet to the people here.

Cheers

Lorenzo
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im from the UK Sheffield and i live in Laax just up the road from Chur.

wife is Swiss but speak perfect English

drop me a PM
Hi Danny, I can only post 4 PM every 1440 Min (24h...)
So we'd better write here...
I agree about what you just wrote (working opportunities) but my wife as a better working position than mine, so she's not willing to change...
My son is 93cm (19 Months), since I'm 198 cm tall I don't find it that strange...
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