Hotel Le Vancouver - LVH Vacances
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... shift around some items. Steve took out our Bose speaker and placed it on the ticket counter. (Problem was we didn't put it back in our luggage and when we arrived in Bern, the Bose speaker was no where to be found.....it is probably being used by the United staff in their break room!).
We finally got on the airplane and settled into our seats. The girls couldn't have been better. After a nice dinner and some wine, the ...
... fountains and clock-towers. Bern was one of the eight host cities in the 2008 European Football Championship. Understand Berne was founded in 1191 by Duke Berthold V von Zähringen and was part of the Holy Roman Empire. It was made a free imperial city by the Holy Roman Emperor Frederick II in 1218 after Berthold died without an heir. In 1353 Berne joined the Swiss confederation. After several successful conquers, Berne ...
... looking food, so I bought a Chicken Baguette as it was after noon, and sat on an aluminum bench in the corner to have a relaxing lunch where I didn’t have to worry about scammers watching my Camera. I had noticed a few suspicious looking individuals already, and my dining location was out-of-sight so I felt a bit safer.
When I got back to the Bus station, it took me a minute to remember that it’s important to choose the correct direction for ...
... who were part of the journey in big or small ways, one equally important to the other.
But, it is time to part. I have chosen to stay put in Switzerland for now, and the budget really does not allow for much else at the moment. I will put myself up to the task again to search for new friends and a new social network. Jobs are often a good way to do this. And mostly, I want to try to continue to stay in the moment: to be present in the presence. To ...
... band playing Christmas tunes reverberated throughout the streets. It was a very good day.
And so it is that we now press on once more, preparing to leave Bern and the city life behind for more alpine delights. Tomorrow, we settle at Interlaken, base for all things outdoors and nature in the midst of the Swiss alps. Relaxation, adventure, snow times and fun await us ahead in a country that never seems to dissapoint in terms of sheer natural beauty. Until next time.