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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... how the city looked. After that we met back up with Anja and she had made a delicious lunch for us before we left. We get on the train at 3 and it is a 4 hour ride to Lyon, through Geneve. We spend the night and the following day exploring Lyon and then we go to Paris. The train to Lyon arrives at 7:30 and unbeknownst to us, we were to check in before 8 or the owner leaves for the evening. We would not have had a chance even taking the ...
... nice (old but nice) but I had to pay for Internet but the wireless Internet didn't work in the room. I had to go to the lobby to work / skype which meant everyone could here my conversations. I also found out very quickly when the weather started to warm up that there was no A/C. Additionally, the only blankets available were really heavy so I didn't sleep too well. Thankfully, the hotel was fully booked Thursday night going ...
... which is preferred by French and Italian speakers. The Swiss have managed to blend a cohesive culture out of a population that can speak any of 4 languages: German (73%25), French (21%25), Italian (4%25) and Romansh (<1%25). Public address announcements contain mixes of at least a couple of these languages, along with English in most instances.) In contrast to Zürich's mere nod toward history, Bern seems ...
... into a single nation. One of the coolest parts of walking through the old town of Bern is seeing the myriad of public fountains. Each one juts into the air and features a different painted statue. My favorite was the statue that featured the bear of Bern decked out in the armor of a knight. There is even a Moses fountain near the church that features Moses holding the Ten Commandments. The fountains are linked together by an underground stream that runs through the center ...
... her bike out front, and she and I climbed the stairs to her house. Karen stayed behind and told Joelle she forgot to lock her bike. Joelle said "Oh, I don't need to lock it." This was a far cry from the pickpocket capital of Europe that is Barcelona.
After some down time, we headed to an outdoor bar on the river, followed by some fondue at a local restaurant. After a delicious feast which included several pounds of ...