Hotel Goldener Schlussel
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- Reduced mobility rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... said "I'm so sorry!" instead of just pretending I wasn't there and pushing on. Shopkeepers even say "guten tag" and seem generally happy that I am there to give them money! This is possibly not a good sign of my adopted country.
We had lunch the way the locals do- there are grocery chains called Migros and Co-op that have takeaway delis for a fraction of the cost of a restaurant. So we grabbed two sandwiches and ...
We arrived in Bern, the capital city of Switzerland, around noon and promptly set out to find our hotel - which in itself involved a tour of the city. After we finally found it, we realized that it would have been an easy 5 blocks from the train station. But then we would have missed the extra 10 blocks we toured, and extra exercise we got by dragging our luggage the extra distance.
The city is lovely and clean and provides ...
... Gabriella sets us up with warm drinks. Bärbel orders coffee with Schnapps and Theresa a mocha latte something -- Bärbel seems to think she's been jipped out of schapps and Theresa keeps saying her drink is good but "different" --- know where this is going? We had a good laugh. Gabriella is pulling a chocolate cake out of the oven and we all think a slice is a great idea. It was! It's her grandmother's recipe --- ...
... me her hospital where she works as a nurse and introduced me to the ward Physio. Again, great to see your workplace in a different country and how things are often the same yet so different. We loved our time with Susan, Roland, Marina and their families. Thank you so much for showing us your lives and being so welcoming. We can't wait to reciprocate your hospitality one day and show you Australia, although I feel there may be some culture shock when you see Black ...
... is coal fired it thrown out quite a lot of cinders from its exhaust and as we pass I notice many people who were standing rather close to us wipe the cinders from their hair after we went by.
Of course riding along the streets on this little steam machine meant that we had to follow and simply fit in with the other trams on the line. We of course were non stop but the trams ahead of course had to stop along the way and so our driver simply took it easy and just kept plodding ...