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... as I didn’t have a window seat and the windows were very dirty.
Arrived in Bern at about 5pm and managed to find my hotel which was not far from the train station. I was hoping that Switzerland might be cooler but that’s not the case. Still very hot and very humid and unfortunately no air-con in the room but at least I could open the window. Although there were trams in the street below the noise wasn’t that bad (quieter then Melbourne trams) ...
... 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 ...
... I head across town to a very steep cog train up to a picnic-perfect-park-plateau, people are setting up camp for a long day eating and drinking before the darkness and the fireworks. I wish I could summon 8 friends, a frisbee, BBQ, esky, etc. sigh. The view is pretty great, but more exciting is the kids ball play thing with the cogs and slides like the board game mousetrap but harder. Ok, slow down. This is swiss engineering entertaining kids. You put ...
... covered fruit balls and a coconut truffle. They were amazing! She admits that she wanted to be a chef and use her skills as a source of income as she traveled, but now is well on her way to becoming an magnificent architect. We spent all night long talking about her life and what its like to grow up in Switzerland. She even shared her tips on how to eat a completely organic and healthy diet with me until the night was dark and it was time we went to bed.
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Other places to stay in Solothurn
Schanzlistrasse 5, Solothurn | 4 star hotelfrom $161
Niklaus Konrad-Strasse 21 , Solothurn | 3 star hotelfrom $165
Oberer Winkel 2, Solothurn | 3 star hotelfrom $179
Hauptgasse 42, Solothurn | 3 star hotelfrom $208
Wengistrasse 13, Solothurn | Hotelfrom $128
Hauptgasse 41, Solothurn | 3 star hotelfrom $114