Hotel Elite Art Deco Hotel
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... never rains, a cooker with pots, will be needed when in isolated areas, a cold resistant sleeping bag, I hope that is all now, or else it will blow up my budget.
Tonight, I will meet Natalie, Alexander's sister, tomorrow I visit a former place of work in Meikirch , only a short ride from Bern.
in the title, it says thoughts and impression, I will leave this for next times entries, since I have already written a lot!
A bit of an underwhelming city to most it seems, but a pretty amazing site from beyond the river.
We caught the train down with our city maps and many visited the funky elevator in the Vaucher sport shop, the Bear Pit (Bern was named after the Bear), Einstein's house and the cathedral had another interesting door.
... I had my reservation online in the US - there was no local number to call). It was a very small plane - 31 seats. Bern has a very small local airport, no large planes at all. I had arranged for a airline shuttle to take me into the city.
When I arrived in Bern yesterday, it was really warm, probably about 80 degrees. Today, it is much cooler (thank goodness) and raining (yuck). Our regular tour program director apparently had plane problems so has not arrived ...
... As we mentioned, all you have to do is sit on a train, and that train brings you 2000 vertical meters up (and through three mountains) so that you can enjoy some bubbly at a restaurant at 'The Top of Europe' as they call it. You hardly need exert more effort than swiping your credit card, and you can find yourself up in a world previously reserved for those 'crazy climbing mountaineer people'. It's a beautiful thing. And if that isn't proof enough that the ...
We get into Switzerland by train and it's already gorgeous, all the mountains and lakes look just like every picture you’ve ever seen. Just look up Thun or Interlaken in google image search. I’m sure it’ll have pictures of what we saw from the train. It’s so amazing. I already decided to have a house here when I retire. The only thing wrong with Switzerland (other than a non-existent night life) is how expensive everything is. A pizza in the rest ...