Hotel Schloessli Ipsach
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On 9/2 we met Jean and Huguette in the Zurich airport, then took the train to Langnau in Emmental, our first base for day hikes. Langnau is a nice small town and the landscape is gentle rolling hills, a nice place to warm up for tougher hikes to come. Our hotel is very nice and just a short walk from the train station. We celebrated our arrival with a large beer. On 9/3 we took a 10-minute train ride to ...
to their job, and set off for the start of the day’s torture. Not being too
sure as to what we might expect later in the day we stopped to shop in
Colombier where we decided to treat ourselves to a whole chicken which we
planned to braai later that evening. Big treat at R90.00 odd for a small
From here we drove up to Noiraigue, parked our house, took
our bicycles ...
On the last day in Berne we made a day trip to Murten which is a medieval town which still has its original walls surrounding it. It’s a perfect town for a day trip from Berne. We sat by the lake and dozed off for a bit within the beautiful setting. The walls of the city were still intact so we climbed up and walked along to get an elevated view of the town. The houses had interesting ...
... amazing!!!! The beautiful Christmas trees, lakes, amazing houses and SNOW!!! Snow covered mountains everywhere!! Half way we had to transfer to a new train and we managed to get our hands onto some snow in the wait! So amazing and so cold! And at the half way point everyone seemed to stop talking in Italian and started to speak German!!! Also on the new train a man hoped on, and he was one of the strangest persons I have ever seen, he wore ...
door. The manicured yards with landscape
lighting, border the farmer’s fields.
When the DVD player is turned off, there is the distant sound of cow
bells. A Mercedes patiently waits for a
giant John Deere tractor to cross. An
800 year old building is flanked by a trendy bar. The beauty of it all is how well it
works. The people respect and honor the
past, and at the same time, embrace the future.
It works ...