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... clean and on time. Our train was due to leave at 9:01am and it left at...9:01am...with all of us on board. The trip was an "all stops-ish" one so it took about 50 minutes to get to Bern, but it was a very pleasant journey through the countryside.
Once we arrived in the capital we made our way out of the station and headed into the city. It's a very old city, founded in 1191, but has only been the capital since 1848. Tradition goes that the settlers, when thinking ...
... on a bus on the way to Switzerland. I ate so much gelato in Italy that I’m surprised it hasn’t started pouring out my ears yet. I’ve seen so many incredible things in the past few days that I won’t have enough time to explain it all. Pompeii has to be one of my favourite places so far. Walking through an ancient excavated town, learning about the lifestyles of the Pompeiians was amazing. Seeing the way the ash and lava from Mount Vesuvius concealed ...
... aback by how open it had become with the Whittwer bus building gone. We were warmly greeted and toured around by Heidi the principal and Bill Boyer who is the director. It was neat to see the classroom block as a teacher and recall the marvelous view from each room. The main building had not changed a bit and I enjoyed chatting with students there now about their experiences. It is so different in our world of technology for kids to be away from ...
There were two muscles that got a workout today. Our leg muscles from all the walking and our index finger muscles from all the photos we took of the Alps.
Today was our first day back together after a weekend with our host families. There was a hive of activity and a buzz of excitement as stories were shared from our weekend apart. It seemed that Creux de Vent was a popular venue to visit as was the heritage listed Lavaux Vineyards. Tina popped over to France ...
... the nice Bernese accent. This and the picturesque old town gives the city a very unique vibe which we wanted to explore.
Our first stop was at the Zytglogge (Clock) Tower. This 800 year old watch and former prison tower has a astronomical clock. As it was near the full hour we and about a hundred other tourists gathered around the tower and waited for the hourly show the mechanical figures moving to the strike ...