Hotel Kreuz Bern
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room
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... right inside a massive old building with very large arches onto the street. Here I simply had my usual daily intake of coffee and chocolate cake.
While sitting here enjoying my coffee and watching all that was going on out in the busy streets I managed to make a little friend. This little friend was a young little Sparrow who was simply looking for food. I dropped a few little crumbs on the floor and he scoffed them within seconds. He then just kept looking at me and begging ...
... expensive. We did get a chance to rent some bikes and ride around the city, see one of the houses of Albert Einstein, and go inside the Parliament building which have us free Swiss chocolate. Yum yum. Wish we could have stayed for the fireworks but we needed to move ...
... are quite conservative by nature, so they don't always see eye to eye, even though they share a language. Two of our group were Germans so obviously they were barracking for the German team. The Swiss were all going for Brazil. Matt and I sat in the fence. As it turned out Brazil had a shocker and the Germans were more happy than the Swiss as we called it a night. After a week in Berne we are leaving without having stepped foot on a mountain or having fun in the snow, but ...
Staying at an American hotel (Marriott Renaissance) comes with American breakfast...eggs and bacon. Yum! We checked out of Lucerne and headed for the Swiss Alps of Interlaken, about an hour away through a lot of long tunnels. Interlaken's main street is like the Parkway through Gatlinburg, full of touristy souvenir shops, hotels, and restaurants. Almost everything is on this strip or within a block of it. ...
... Franz was a desperate man. He drove his heard higher and higher into the mountains, eking out every last blade of grass until suddenly a fox ran across his path, scaring the cows. They all began to moo excitedly and stomp about, causing the loose rocks above them to tumble down in a fatal avalanche. Franz and his entire herd were buried alive beneath the rocks – never to be seen again. They say that on a clear day you can still hear the ghostly braying of ...