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... We boarded the bus and begin out tour.
First, we headed to Bern, the capital city of Switzerland. The ride lasted about 2 hours and along the way, there were many magnificent sights. I would say that the road system is pretty similar to Singapore, except that they drive on the right. The quality of the road is the same as here. Luckily, there were no traffic jams along the way.
We reached Bern and saw the beautiful medieval-like city. I actually ...
... maps with routes that you can pick up at the TI. Bern has 16 very colourful fountains that were built in the 16th century to brighten up the town. All of the buildings are built from gray-green stone that is quarried nearby. In the early days of Bern, a fire destroyed most of the city and ever since then, a law was passed that requires every building to be made from stone and not wood – very practical but not aesthetically ...
... out at a bar on the river drinking some Oufi and catchign up with Romy. It's been four years so there was plenty to catch up on which was nice. We also talked about some plans for the next couple of days but I'll leave that as a surprise for later, but trust me it is bound to be exciting! For tomorrow we head off to Zermatt to check out the Matterhorn, if you don't know what that is Google it you'll be ...
... time to this old town to meet my family that went before me. After a nice long breakfast and girl talk, we go our separate ways - my Aunts go grocery shopping and my Mum and I go out on the town to explore and shop :D
Solothurn is simply beautiful, old churches, clock towers with modern shops and cafes sprinkled throughout, it's a little European heaven. We slightly go mad in all the shops - especially since we don't have the same ones here back home - ...
... did Baptisms for the Dead with a youth group from Rome (Because the Rome Temple isn't built yet).
When waiting to change back in my church clothes, I waited by one of the youth leaders. He asked me, "Where you from?"
I said, "The United States, California."
He asked me, "Oh, are you a beach bum?"
I laughed and said, "No, I live in Northern California, where it gets colder."
"Oh, okay!" he ...