Swiss Quality an der Aare
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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It rained all night and we woke up to rain as well. We
decided to take advantage of the weather to move, and so we packed up and
headed down to Solothurn which is a beautiful old town situated on the Aare
River. The Aare River is also deep, wide and clean.
The region is green and the agriculture revolves less about
vegetables and more about livestock. ...
This was the most bizarre day of my travel up to now, to find myself in Bern when I was hitching only 50km from Memmingen to Ulm.
I was stuck on the side of the highway in 40 degrees temperatures and the only way someone could stop was illegally. I had already walked 15km approx to get to this position and it was the only place ...
... shops. I got a few essentials like water. At the food store I wasn't sure on the translations for milk so I skipped that item. The lady at the counter was very cute... I asked if she spoke English "Nien". For payment I held up my American express "Nien". Then I held up Visa "Nien". Then I held up Swiss Frans -- She shakes her head yes...
I'm not sure what I have planned for tomorrow but I'm sure I will find something to ...
... a bit early in the day to be drinking).
When the train arrived in Bern, I had difficulty telling which way I should walk but just followed the crowd up an escalator and ended up at street level. I had no idea where the Hotel was located so once again resorted to my GPS unit. After about 20 minutes of walking, I finally arrived at the Hotel. I suspect there was a more direct route, but the GPS was still in “vehicle mode", so provided directions as if ...
... party. It was their way of saying: sorry for party-rocking. Starting off near the train station the party was a massive gathering of young people from across the canton of Bern and further afield. Trains full of young people, carrying everything from bags to shopping carts full of beer made their way downtown and congregated at 20:00. My new group of friends and I were soon swept up in the crowd. There must have been thousands of young people gathered. As darkness fell ...