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Yay to waking up to sunshine and a lovely breakfast outside before a great game of soccer with Liam. After our lazy start we drove up to Wilderswil Bahnhof and jumped on the train to Schynige Platte at 2000m. It's a really old cog railway (since 1890's) and takes an hour to climb to 2000m. The views on the way up were incredible - a really different perspective on the area and a lot more clarity on how ...
... actually stopped falling and so off into the city I went.
Bern is certainly a historic city and for sure one of the best preserved historic city's I have ever come across. Many of the roads are still cobbles and lined with old fashioned buildings. Monuments and fountains line the streets. The main city is built high up on the cliff edge above a large river which is in a very deep cutting. Large steel and stone bridges span this river and certainly give a historic feel to it ...
... coins. We are not entirely sure what it was about but it was pretty cool to see a a couple of tons of sparkling coins in the street. We were tempted to take some but no-one else was doing it, so we felt it was best not to.
The old town had a cuckoo clock in the centre which attracted lots of tourists but it was not overly impressive. We spent our remaining Swiss Francs and then headed north to more affordable countries.
... of it on flat terrain, but it was more than enough for me with my limitations. Indeed, much to David's amusement I fell off at one point having cycled into the kerb. Thankfully I landed on a raised grass verge and was not hurt (plenty of padding, so he says - ha, ha). Once back at the campsite the sun was shining, so it we were able to sit, cook and eat outdoors. We are looking to move on to Austria on Thursday - just awaiting email confirmation from the ...
... when the first human’s settled Switzerland in the aftermath of the ice age in 250,000 BCE. Later on in 1500 BCE Switzerland was settled by the Celts. The Celtic tribe with which the Swiss most closely associate is the Helvetians. This tribe gave Switzerland its official name – the Confoederatio Helvetica, Latin for the Helvetian Confederation. The Helvetians had extremely close ties with the Greeks and Etruscans, and were eventually conquered and ...