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... guard, he said, "not usually". I was trying to understand what he meant but when he then asked who needed to use it, I understood. I told him we both did and he agreed to let us use the non-public restroom. =) Just past the border, we saw the Rolex and Tagheuer buildings. We were indeed in Switzerland.
We arrived at our hotel and it was not in Neuchatel but in the little neighborhood next to Neuchatel. A lot nicer than being in a big ...
... and was named, as tradition goes, after the first animal the founders saw once they arrived at the location. This happened to be a bear, and so the name Bern (German for bear) was born.
Public transport is amazing in Switzerland and our 9:01am train that we were booked on left at 9:01am…right on time. It was a leisurely 46 minutes through the countryside until we reached the capital at ...
... to a large soccer stadium where a bunch of cold, but very excited Swiss were waiting. They jumped up and down with excitement as they saw the coach arrive and, after a quick unpack of the coach, we buddied everyone up and they were off for a weekend with their host families. We won’t be back together till Monday when we head to the Alps.
11 long hours in the coach but it was worth it. Switzerland is ...
... main road. The stream is covered by metal grates, however in some sections the grates are missing. I almost fell into it a couple of times and had to carefully watch my footing. My walk through the old town took me past the famous clock tower of Bern that is featured in almost every touristic pamphlet of the city, and ended in the massive Bundesplatz – people’s square. This massive town square was dominated by an outdoor market. Divided by the main road of ...
... speedy decent down the rest of the track. When we reached the road which would twist and turn down towards the center where we had to return our sledges, Anne decided that we should take a few short cuts along the way. We found a few relatively open patches of snow which connected the road we were currently standing on and the road below. Without worrying about the possibility of unknown dangers below, we mounted our sledges and away we went. I have to admit, most of ...