Avenches Youth Hostel
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... go sightseeing, then go get a new bike and head to your next destination. Well it was all good and I was riding all over the place. It was beautiful and peaceful, almost no one around.......until......I lost the card that I needed to get a bike with. At this point I had ridden about 45 minutes. So I rode back the same way I came looking for my card. Well unfortunately I made it all the way back to Avenche, ...
... finally visited the wonderful restaurant in my hotel. The menu was all in French, so when I ordered I honestly had no clue what I had ordered. I knew it had mushrooms because I know the word for mushrooms, but that was all I knew. I was quite surprised when it was a dish with mushrooms, rice, and HUGE prawns. It was excellent! And only involved a little bit of work to release the prawns from their shells. My room has ...
... in each image. Some of these will go on my wall ...
There was also a mural celebrating a very early Christian female martyr. One of our group requested a photo of the many women among us who are priests and pastors in their churches, alongside our host. Beautiful! ...
... to send a new one to you everywhere in the world in a few days)
u-Scuba diving licence
u-Passport size fotos (can be useful if needing a new visa. I used it to renew my ISIC card)
u-ISIC card (international students card)
u-Online banking stuff
u-1 cell phone + charger
You can buy SIM cards on the way or have your old one as an emergency ...
... was really cold in the open train station, a welcome change from swealtering Barcelona. We put our bags in a locker and took off on yet another Rick Steves self-guided tour: Welcome to Bern! In the Swiss capitol, we saw the Swiss National Bank (apparently there is a bunch of gold hidden under the square), Parliament was just next door, some excellent views of the Aare River and my favorite part of the visit, the Bear Pits. The bear is the symbol for Bern ...