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I am now back in Switzerland after two great weeks in Germany. I really enjoyed the hospitality of my coworkers in both Kiel and Freiburg. This past week was very quick. Monday I was given a tour of the plant and quick introductions to different people in Freiburg. Tuesday my boss and I took a long drive to Switzerland and then back to Germany for a big meeting. I felt very important this day because I was able to participate in ...
... came from. Ever wanted to go to the top of a high alpine col (low point between two mountains), but don't want to deal with nasty details like ice axes, rock falls, and falling into crevasses? Have we got an opportunity for you, because here in Switzerland, such annoyances can be avoided simply by taking the train up. The place we're talking about is Jungfraujoch, near Interlaken in Central Switzerland. For nerdy, outdoorsy types this is where the Eiger is, ...
... dangerous place. But let me tell you, it is not. I have met so many strangers on this trip, from the friends I have made at the hostels or on the trains to random strangers I ask for directions, or to take my picture. Regardless of nationality the people I have been fortunate enough to encounter have been giving, kind and eager to help. Sure there are bad apples out their, but they are the exception and not the norm. So forget what they told you as a child. Talk to strangers. You never know who you might ...
... we live in.
Joelle met us at the airport in Basil and led us back to Solothurn on the train. Unfortunately, train transportation in western Europe is much more expensive than pre-euro Europe when backpacking and training around Europe was a very economical adventure for college or post-college Americans. Monopolies run many of the railways, and nowhere is this felt more than Switzerland. Even the European railpasses, which ...
... The families spend tier day building their own home and in the garden or cooking the daily meals. Compare that to having a small balcony for outside space and view of the communal car park on one side and the Wandsworth Road on the other and working in a building that we have all nick-named Terminal 5 (its clinical and glasshouse looking).
With regards to the families, i marvel on how well they get on. Obviously i'm sure they have their moments but for the ...
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Schanzlistrasse 5, Solothurn | 4 star hotelfrom $161
Hauptgasse 64, Solothurn | 3 star hotelfrom $175
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