Hotel Schloessli Ipsach
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Magnificent trip today over the St Bernard Pass, and past Lake Geneva to Bern. The trees are changing colour and Switzerland is so attractive. Then after we got to the hotel in Bern we were very proud of ourselves catching the tram to the visa place, and there they were, our visas waiting for us! We celebrated by having a beer on the way ...
... hope the photos do it credit. Of course, we spent the rest of the afternoon pushing a stroller adorned with wet undies, while the kids walked the streets commando. Next stop, the Berner Münster (Berne's Cathedral); well to the tower actually. There are over 300 stairs to the top but the kids, particularly Flynn, powered on up. Bronte was a bit off colour and seem quite lethargic but climbed up anyway (later she fell asleep at the dinner table with a temperature of 39, ...
... but so exciting knowing we are on the cusp of creating a real global company. I'm ready to jump right in and learn everything I can and hopefully contribute more than what I take away.
Stay tuned as our our family makes our adjustment to life in Bern.....so far we are in love with Switzerland and you can see the importance they place on family and quality of life. Raising children is a very strong focus here.
... The old town of Bern is breath taking with tall 15th century terraced buildings. All this is encased within a bend of the beautiful Aare River. Bern is very proud that the United Nations Educational, Scientific & Cultural Organisation (UNESCO) has declared this a World Heritage site & it is not hard to see why. There ...
... right after breakfast. I haven’t decided yet if I’ll be taking a walking tour.
12 September 29 - Saturday
I was curious to see what kind of breakfast would be served at this hotel compared to the one in Lauterbrunnen. The breakfast was much the same as other Hotels I've stayed at in Switzerland, but on a somewhat “smaller” scale. There was the usual meats and cheese, juice, buns, bread, yogurt, etc. but in smaller ...