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... old part” of the town, which boasts
cobbled streets, old houses with colorful murals, lots of fountains, statues
and a huge cathedral.
After looking around the old town we set off to the Verena
Schlucht, which is a natural gorge that flows through part of the town. A small
stream flows along the bottom of the gorge and all along the path there ...
... thing is really confusing but we only have a day so it's not too bad. Went back to the hostel to get changed and mol was feeling a bit poorly so me and mike headed out alone... The river was AMAZING it was packed with people swimming down the river, getting out walking back up the river and swimming back down so we joined in and it was so much fun!!!!!!!!!!!! We walked quite a bit down an saw people jumping of a bridge into the river so mike ...
... went to the Natural History Museum and then went to look at the Bears. Since the 16th century, the city has had a bear pit, the Bärengraben, to house its heraldic animals. The currently four bears are now kept in an open-air enclosure. We only saw one as being winter, they are hibernating and I think we were lucky to see him. Thanks to Jessie and Vreni, our "tourists guides" for the day, we had another interesting and different day. ...
... which is absolutely gorgeous, it has a view overlooking the water and mountains and the city. I can't even put into words how beautiful it is. We also lucked out because there is a festival in town with lots of music, food, dancing, and drinks. We had Kebabs for dinner, which I was über excited for and excited for Carolyn to have her first one. I have missed them ever since I came back from France and they ...
Bern was founded by some guy who liked hunting and he decided to name the town after the next animal he killed, that poor animal happened to be a bear. Throughout Bern there are flags, fountains, statues all with bears, but more importantly there is a bear park with real bears. The bear park was cool, the pens are just on the side of ...
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