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We woke up to rain so decided to laze in the hotel until check out.
We skipped breakfast and walked our luggage back to the train station and returned to Bern.
Once there we bought an Old Town guide (11CHF). Toured the town, walked up to see the Rose Garten and the scenery of the whole town from the hill.
The walking up …
Instead of continuing to Beil, we decided to stay in Bern at the Hotel Astoria for 160 Swiss Francs for the day because there's lots to see there. Every town has there own "Olde Towne" to walk thru plus other things.
We didn't have supper, just a banana, nuts, bun & cheese that I saved from our breakfast.
... I had heard but it still wasn't my thing, Patrick's neither.
- Patrick has Weet-bix!!!!!! It's been over 6 months since I had last had any.
- We went luging with a couple of Patrick's friends. You were in a small cart with just a break and shot town a metal "tube". It was a lot of fun and if you didn't break you could feel the g-forces in the corners.
- The guy that ran the place was a ...
How cute and perfect Heidi land is! If we thought Interlaken and Lucerne seemed irresistibly perfect and quintessentially Swiss, our few days with Susan and Marina and their farming families outside of Bern was purely gorgeous and wholesome. From the homemade African elephant cookies iced with 'Welcome to Switzerland' on our arrival to the scrumptious breakfast of farm fresh milk, eggs, cheese and bread served with Mum's own jam, we were very much made to feel like we were ...
... but sadly it was not to be.
After a short train journey we arrived at Thun and walked a short distance and boarded our diesel powered lake ship to Interlaken. As we sat here on deck and waited to leave the pier the sun was beating down and it was simply just getting too hot. Many passengers soon decided to take shelter and sit inside the wonderful restaurant and enjoy a cold drink.
Once we departed the cool breeze was extremely welcome.
As these ...