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... busy on weekends. We lunched there, which consisted of a swiss bread roll with fresh ham and gruyere cheese, of course; no choice on the content - the heavy dose of mustard too much for Marianne. The chocolate that David and Suzanne had with coffee was a local speciality- a milk choc cup with Gruyere cream in it - sensational! The hot chocolate was our best yet as well. David said his sandwich was the best ever! The mustard was a highlight for him.
Then on through ...
Returning to Fribourg was like going home. The sights, sounds, and smells - everything felt comfortable and familiar. It was like visiting an old friend you haven't seen in years and instantly picking up the conversation where you left off. I grew up in a small rural village 15 minutes outside of town called Cottens, and spent 9 years taking the train into Fribourg to go to school, including my last 2 years of elementary school and 7 years at Collège ...
... started to wobble - thinking it was a flat tyre, Michi immediately pulled over. Needless to say we didn't end up in Bern that day, which was fine by me as I was attempting to infuse my body with fibre in an attempt to resolve my ongoing tummy problems. I won't go into detail but before I got onto the plane in Geneva on Tuesday morning my problems were over - with me reaffirming my desire to go vegan next year. My transit leaving from a the Swiss Village of Le Mouret at 630am ...
After catching up on some serious sleep, Courtney and I were on our own for the day since the rest of our group wouldn't be arriving until our orientation dinner in the evening. Still in desperate need of wifi we made our way down to the shops street and stole the Starbucks wifi while we enjoyed coffee from another small cafe. Since everything is so much more expensive, my normal caramel macchiato from Starbucks would cost about ...
Back at the hostel I met my new room mate, a pretty awesome Canadian girl who was travelling around Europe for 3 months before doing a science course so she would be able to gain a masters degree in physiotherapy. We had a great chat about our respective countries and bonded over ultimate frisbee.
I am going to have an early night since I think I am getting a cold :(.
Other places to stay in Fribourg
Grand Places, 14, Fribourg | 4 star hotelfrom $120
Route de Villars 37, Fribourg | 3 star hotelfrom $189
Rue de Morat 1, Fribourg | 3 star hotelfrom $154
Rue de Lausanne 76, Fribourg | Hotelfrom $137
13, rue du Simplon, Fribourg | Hotelfrom $132
Planche-Suprieure 12, Fribourg | Hotelfrom $327