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... locals, with heaps of people waiting for seats. The place was cosy but didn't have the same feeling as last night. Even though this place was great! Last night we saw heaps of people having this strange dish so we decided to try it for entree. It's a plate mostly filled with melted cheese, and on the side it has a few tiny potatoes, some gherkins and pickled onions. It was hilarious to eat but actually was a great combination. We got a schnitzel and a potato Rosti (look ...
neighborhoods. Before leaving town, we
also visited Munster Platz, a huge gothic church, and the largest of its kind
in this area. Tom had been in Bern for a
class and joined us around noon. While
passing through the central plaza some purchases were made from local vendors for
our dinner, and among them was a luscious hunk of parmesan cheese, which I was
able to totally consume prior to dinner, commencing on the train ...
... 8221; to do a bit of further exploring and wear off some of the dinner. As I got close to the Parliament Buildings, I could hear music playing and eventually found a rock & roll band playing ’60s music in an upstairs section of a restaurant. I sat outside in the outdoor plaza to listen for awhile, and took a few short videos.
After listening to the music, I eventually made my way back to the Hotel. I still haven't quite "learned" ...
... you can't go wrong with the majority of places. I order my favorite carbonated drink of all time - Rivella - it's like a cross between Sprite and Ginger ale. My Mum and I both order the same thing, a Gemischtersalat - translated as a mixed salad - so you have basic greens, carrot salad, pasta salad, beet salad and is all accompanied with a side of fresh bread. Kill me, it's so good - like a death meal. I could eat this everyday for the rest of my life. Good ...
One downside of Switzerland is it is stupidly expensive, the prices in Italy weren't low but this country is just nuts. For example if I looked in the right place in Venice I could buy a coke for 1.5 euro, here it'll set you back 3 and that is as cheap as it gets. The only 2 things which don't cost an arm and a leg are milk and chocolate. Guess what I'm going to be living off for the next ...