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... topped mountains. Going passed the lakes in the centre of Switzerland was lovely with a beautiful coloured water. We then saw one of the more unusual sites of Swiss army in tanks on the motorway, its amazing what you can get out of a swiss army knife these days.
We arrived in Bern and checked into our hotel, Tony was very surprised to see a beer tap in the bedroom, he felt very much at home. We walked into 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 ...
... your way to meet other people. Luckily youth hostels provide an excellent venue to put this ideal into practice. Probably the best invention for young travelers, youth hostels provide great accommodation, a warm and vibrant atmosphere and a great meeting place. The youth hostel in Bern sort of took the “youth” part a bit lightly and my room was full of old German guys! After a quick chat with them I went to sit on the tables out front and met a really nice ...
... Also, supermarkets are often very expensive, so eating "outside" is also often cheaper than cooking in the hostel (this is not true in europe or north america). Open markets are usually the way to go if want to buy goodand cheap raw food.
>Don't drink too much alcool, it often doesn't make your trip better but is very expensive if you want to go to fancy places.
... 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 ...