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... fans. TV programmes are all in German and you have to pay CHF 5 for 24 hours WIFI usage.
We had our dinner at the hotel restaurant. I was actually expecting a swiss-like dinner, but we only got rice, carrots and fish for our main course. The desert however, was delicious!! We had the caramel cream for desert. After that, we just went back to our room and sleep the night off due to the jetlag and lack of sleep in the plane. Stay tuned for day 2 in Switzerland!
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 ...
After Lausanne, we went up to Bern.
Bern is a really nice and unique Swiss town and we're glad we went. We had a wonderful stay with our hosts Francesco and Nicos who we shared a few good visits over wine on the balcony with.
Thank you Francesco for treating us to our first experience of Swiss rosti’s (shredded potato patties with cheese, onion ...
... and cheese, and Fanta. On a brighter note, I did find a Brezel König along the way.
After eating, we decided to start the Rick Steves' tour of Bern. We started at the Heiliggeistkirche (Church of the Holy Ghost), just across the street from the Railway Station. As Dad pointed out, it's made completely of sandstone. Interesting. We went inside real quick, and then continued on with Rick Steves' tour to the Bundesplatz.
... 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 ...
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