Travel Blogs from Neuchâtel
With our trip to the Alps still in our minds and our legs still sore from the experience, the thought of more walking today was difficult for some. It was a fairly free day today which gave the students the opportunity to move at their own pace and check out things that grabbed their attention.
We were off to the capital of Switzerland, Bern, for a day of sightseeing and shopping. The city was founded ...
... into a ½ hour stop as the driver needed to take his mandatory rest. Another hit to our ETA.
This kept pushing us later and later and then, with about 60km to go, we hit peak hour traffic and crawled along for the next 10km. Then all of a sudden it was gone and we picked up speed again.
Annemarie, the organising teacher from Switzerland, had given us some directions to follow when we hit town and they ...
... since they did not I had to file a report which in turn made me miss the first train. My bags should arrive promptly sat morning, guess i should have worn my winter jacket. It’s not too warm here and for the next two days I’m left with a wool sweater a t-shirt and jeans. Upon boarding the train i met a very helpful guy named Francisco, who helped me a lot to understand the train system, he’s a native ...
... princess who should live there.
By 6:30 we were anxious to head home, and our bellies were still rather full from cheese and chocolate. Yes, I fed my kids cheese and chocolate for dinner -- gotta problem with that?? ;)
This has been our most memorable day yet, but next weekend will take us to the castle that inspired Cinderella's Disney Castle, and Oktoberfest. I have limited time to locate lederhosen-- ahh!!
... the warrenty is only valid for Europe.
We wanted to make dinner for Alison and Nathan and so went in search of supplies. Ly wanted to make some Thai curries so we had to find asian groceries in particular. It took us so long to find everything. The shops here have a very limited supply of asian products which we take for granted back at home. Also everthing seems to be labeled as Japanese ...
Other places to stay in Neuchâtel
2, quai Leopold-Robert, Neuchâtel | 3 star hotelfrom $174
Rue de l'Ecluse 24, Neuchâtel | 3 star hotelfrom $162
1, Esplanade du Mont Blanc, Neuchâtel | 4 star hotelfrom $436
Rue Pourtales 3, Neuchâtel | 3 star hotelfrom $140
Place Numa-Droz 1, Neuchâtel | 3 star hotelfrom $146
Route des Gouttes d'Or 2, Neuchâtel | Hotelfrom $499
Place de la Gare 2, Neuchâtel | Hotelfrom $154
Rue des Tunnels 11, Neuchâtel | 2 star hotelfrom $188
Croix-Blanche 48, Neuchâtel | Hotelfrom $53