Hotel Kreuz Bern
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- Continental Breakfast
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... operate a ferry service it meant stopping at many piers along the way. Many of the places we stopped at were simply beautiful. Many had wonderful Swiss styled houses with beautiful gardens to them. Large wonderful wooden hotels were situated along the way also.
In the passed I have ridden my motorcycle along this lake but have always used the road on the east side of the lake but looking at the west side road from this ferry it just looks awesome as it hugs the cliffs along ...
... stunt, I was thankful, I had a helmet on due to the really red flushed cheeks. I continued to be slower than everyone and they didn't think twice about running into the back of me to remind me. I thought the experience was real cool but it's not something I would like to do every weekend. Leandra loved it and she was pretty good at it too. She was able to keep up with some of the boys, a fact the guys didn't take too easily. While the boys had a smoke Leandra and I saw ...
... way I ran into a local market and the Einstein house. Once at the bear park, it was quite boring actually. The bears have an awesome view of the river and city but were all just laying and sleeping.
By this point the sun had come out and I was sweating up a storm, partly because I'm lugging this bag around. So I became an obvious Canadian tourist, walking around in shorts and a t-shirt while all the locals are wearing their spring jackets and long pants. And don't forget the ...
... four little girls all lined up clutching their dollies and teddies. One was very busy giving advice to the others which wasn't always well received or invited ( a little Gai in the making). Their instructor used a very wide broom which she put infront of their skiis and they just leant into it and she guided them down the slope. Their Mums were gathered at the top of the slope chatting away and watching the kids - a bit like Aussie mums at swimming lessons I thought.
This morning I awoke to bright sunny alps and surrounded by the Alps with plans to visit a small village Gimmelwald, as recommended by Rick Steves. Upon further thinking that it wouldn't take a full day, even with the exploration of Lauterbrunne, this Alp trooper decided to go beyond Gimmelwald and up the Schilthorn - the shooting location of James Bond from years ago with breathtaking views of ...