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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Pets allowed
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... our bags and the car. Now it was off to the capital of Switzerland, the city of Bern.
Since we spent a good part of our morning (and early afternoon) in Geneva, we didn’t arrive in Bern until pretty late so we just opted for a quick meal at the hotel and called it a night. Getting a pretty early start the next day we headed into the main part of Bern to explore the town a bit. One of the things that Bern is famous for is the city mascots that it keeps in ...
Time saving tip - if google maps tells you it's a 30 minute walk or less to your accommodation, just walk. It almost always takes us under half that time to get there and figuring out public transport can take forever, especially if you jump on the wrong bus / tram and need to back track. A 15 minute walk took us 2 hrs via public transport in Florence the other day, 'twas a nightmare. Speaking of Florence, it's where we said goodbye to Italy. During our week there we had ...
... the mountains, although not clearly as it was foggy and drizzling...but we could see that it was very pretty. We finally made it to our apartment, or "little house" as Grace likes to call it. It was nice to get to a place where we could just be still for a while. Adam spent some time with us and then we played and relaxed here at the apartment. Grace went back to her bed to "rest" but fell asleep within a minute. Clara finally napped, and of course, I did ...
... people, at the top a memorial wall with the names of those killed in the process and there were a lot of those. Lastly we went to the plateau which was a short walk up a hill (see the photos) very exposed on the ridge, which I attempted and promptly slipped on the ice at the doorway. Tried again holding much more tightly to the guide rope, got a bit buffeted by the wind but made it up a little way so I could get a good view of the glacier. I ...
... night (and potentially the rest of the tour) was Luke one of our two 6 ft 6 giants (with a big Afro for hair) being ever so delighted to play in the snow got excited on seeing a snowman and declared he would run to kick it's head off, whilst running at pace planted his foot close to the snowman, brought the other foot through and landed flat on his back with the snowman staying intact (for a short amount of time until the fall shock left and revenge on the ...