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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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We woke to blue sky and a much cooler day. After breakfast we packed up the tent and set out into the mountains. At first we were just driving through the valleys but the alpine views were spectacular once we started to climb. You could definitely feel the temperature drop. We reached a summit that was just over 2100m and all you could see was cloud. They were so low that we were driving through ...
... 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 ...
... but Bern is a rather quirky city so it sort of fits! We walked through the streets of the old town, which are beautiful, and then walked around the outside of Münster Cathedral, where there was a market which the boys loved. We met a man who made mini saxophones out of bamboo, and let me have a try! Needless to say, I was not very good! But he showed me how the technique works and then played Pink Panther on the boys request! The views ...
... the cogwheel track will be 100 years old! It climbs nearly 1,400 meters in height and covers a distance of more than seven kilometers in tunnels along the nine kilometer long stretch. As we gradually made it to the top the temperature dropped further down. We stopped half way through the tunnel to get a view out of a window in the tunnel and all we could see was snow! We arrived at the top, it was freezing! Lucky I convinced Dan to take warm clothes! We had to walk through ...
... for coffee (obviously) at a lovely little bar that overhangs the river and the dam. The river turns into a small dam. If you missed the last exit whilst swimming you are in trouble! The symbol of the town is a bear and there are bear statues everywhere! I proceed to get as many pics as possible with the bears!
We spend the rest of the afternoon exploring the new part of the town which includes the market and the government buildings. ...