Hotel Ibis - Bulle
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... 8am Meet at the senior school for our train journey to Bern (return 4.15pm)
WED 8am Meet at the senior school for our "Treasure Hunt/Rally" and formal assembly.
Your afternoon on Wed is free in Neuchatel city.
THU 8am Meet at the sports stadium for our coach journey to Wertheim, Germany
... the tourist info lady where it was and she looked at me like I was crazy. Then she laughed and told me the lion isn't sleeping, it's dying. It's a famous monument that is in memory of the death of Swiss mercenaries. Neilson laughed at me too and said"did your parents tell you animals just go to sleep for a long time and never die?". It was ...
... hostel (I was the definate winner), then went out for some dinner, and thought we better try out some chocolate fondue since we we're in Switzerland after all. It was really disappointing though because the chocolate was cold and it was dark chocolate. Bracegirdles in adelaide is WAY better.
Got up nice and early to get up Jungfrau - this is the highest train station in Europe. It's about 3,500m above sea level and is known ...
... in its cheese. This made me never want to eat cheese again.
The best part about the tour to me was that the tour guide. She was a talking cow. You see, at the beginning of the tour, you got your own little clicker. With the clicker, you would walk around to each station they had, and punch in the number of the station into the clicker. Then, though the ...
... starts at a picture of Einsiedeln's famous black Madonna, or Virgin Mary, but continue through the pictures and you can see the ornate detailed paintings on the ceilings and other various decorations on the inside of the church. I will post pictures of the outside, but those are provided on the site as well. While in Einsiedeln we sat in a cafe overlooking the church and had a coffee while we tried to wait for the service to end. Sitting there, I came ...