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... train to Bern.
In Bern I finally saw my friends again that I hadn't seen for a couple of years (ever since they moved here). After a simple but very nice lunch we decided to go for a walk to the town centre, where we saw some bears and some lovely buildings and clocks. Of course, because it was Ascension Day, there wasn't much traffic, so that was also nice.
All in all, a very good start of my vacation.
... eased the rain had just about stopped but the road surface was flooded with large puddles congregating along the way. The spray from trucks and other vehicles was just terrible indeed. At times I never knew if it was even still raining or simply just spray from the other vehicles.
Finally into France and the motorway surface changes to a more rough surface which is better for me as I know the bikes tyres will grip on this surface much more than the smooth tar surface. ...
... hadn’t been up the Ibis street. It looked like it would be in an industrial estate from satellite view, so when we arrived we were pleasantly surprised with what looked like a fairly newly built hotel and a spacious car park, with mountain views out of our hotel room window – excellent!
I think this is a place that we would both like to come back to some day, perhaps to spend a bit more time than 1 ...
... watched the multimedia show at the tourist centre which told of Bern's history.
Bern was briefly taken over by the French (napolean time) drawn by its wealth - they took their money and bears(?!). After a massive fire - the houses were rebuilt in stone ( common story across Europe).
The view of the charming city was great from Rosenberg and we also soon saw why there were so many police officers all around the city today. There was the Basel soccer fans matching - ...
In 1848 Bern became the Federal Capital of Switzerland. It is Europe's most flower decorated city and has also been designated as a UNESCO World Cultural Heritage site and is the seat of diplomatic missions and several international organizations. The romantic medieval streets feature 6 km of arcades and shopping.
I had seen the Swiss Rifle Museum listed on the tourist map, so decided to have a look at that. On the way, I passed a Camera shop ...