Hotel Elite Art Deco Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... and the third graders were working independently on adding and subtracting. The teacher rotated through various stations providing guidance and asking questions. The third lesson we saw for the day was a fourth through sixth grade math lesson. Again the class began with a whole group activity followed by stations where groups were sent to various parts of the room to work on small group lessons that were more focused on their grade level. It was amazing to ...
... cooked a cheese Fondue for dinner. On Sunday we were invited for lunch at Monique and Pierette's (Michel's sisters) place for a traditional Sauerkraut lunch Jeanine, Sonja and Robert joined us as well for a real feast. It was only a short stay in Biel but we made the most of it and it was really great to catch up with everyone again. Later that afternoon we boarded a train to get us to Geneva for our flight the following ...
... this clock has stood there for 800 years and it's a major tourist attraction of Bern. Bern is not really crowded with people, even though it is a capital city. Switzerland's population is only about 8 million people!
We had lunch at this Ala-carte restaurant called Migros. It's like a buffet-style restaurant,except that you pay for what you take. The first look at the prices really gave me a shock. We end up buying 2 small pies, a subway-like turkey sandwich ...
... built in the Gothic style. Construction started in 1421 and the cathedral was only completed in 1893. Its tower is 100.6 metres high and it is the tallest cathedral in Switzerland. Over the main portal is one of the most complete late Gothic sculpture collections in Europe representing the last judgement.
From the old city we crossed the bridge to the bear pit which is an enclosure built by the Romans to house brown bears which were used for their entertainment. The ...
... stairwell covered in mirrors…it was an overwhelming sight and it was such a good lead into the wacky and distorted world that is relativity. Great stories on his life and discoveries and so much interactive material to play with as well! If anyone has a chance to go to Bern, go there!
Had a late lunch after that for some awesome (and expensive) Swiss dishes, I don’t know what it was but with the cold outside and the beer ...