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... driving. As soon as I got to the Hotel, I switched it to “pedestrian” mode. I probably could have used the mapping function on the iPhone, but I'm still not quite sure how it works and now is not the time to learn as I have limited data capability.
I happened to arrive at the Elevator to reception (which is on the second floor) at the same time as one of the girls that works at the hotel, so she led me right to the desk. The Elevator is rather ...
... 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 ...
... s cute, let's just buy it' - we really didn't need 6 pairs of earrings or another scarf, but we couldn't help ourselves.
It was a perfect day, blue skies, a little chilly and wisps of clouds in the sky and you are going to have to drag me by my hair in order to get me to leave. Like any normal humans, we become hungry and kind of just look at all the little cafes around and pick one in the middle of the main street among all the shops. Really this is ...
14 Sept - We left Annecy headed for Geneva where we had an appointment in town. There we were taken to a private room and served a very fine lunch with delightful wine. We both enjoyed the food very much and after almost 3 hours left for our overnight in Langendorf. Our host for lunch was one of those Swiss private banks and while we didn't take photos we noted the venue's artworks and in particular the model trimaran yacht (Gitana) with the ...
... 35 minutes and then walk into Trub. Being a Sunday not much is going on but we enjoy the view and scenery all the way down. Its a breath taking view. We then walk into the nearest town which is about 4km walk. All is well until we get there and it buckets rain!
We take shelter in the Church of Trubschachen and then wander back up the road after managing to find the obligatory post card for mum :)
coffee break follows and the we hike back up... it was much ...
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