Hotel Florida Studen
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... got to repeat the same drive, just going down hill :-D I eventually ended up in a sleepy town where I got some sensible directions, at that point the breaks were almost melting and you could smell them as you walked up to the car. Sometimes, the best things happen when you get lost and this was one of the best drives I've ever had. I arrived safely for a quick stop in Milan before heading to Roma!
... disappointed here. We grabbed lunch and then headed back to the hostel to relax a little (it's been nice). Around 8 we got up to go to the grocery store to grab a cheap dinner. The grocery store closed at 7, so one can only guess what we had for dinner. McDonalds. I am excited to leave Bern tomorrow so maybe we can have something to eat. We aren't the only ones with this opinion though, our bunk-mates have thought the same thing and have been "fasting" much like we have to avoid costs. ...
... animals in display in some pretty life like settings isn't your thing or when you see the monkey display and think "Holy cow this is going to play out just like in the movie "Night in the Museum"" then I recommend you skip that part. I went with my grandmother to the famous Emmental cheese factory this afternoon, where you can make your own cheese. How cool is that! Here, they make the giant wheels of the strong, stinky stuff, but it sure is good! It's awesome to stand on the ...
Today we woke up in our 6 bed dorm which was quite strange to be surrounded by 3 unfarmliar Asians but they seemed friendly so it was ok. Hostel is very nice here, great kitchen and big common room with wifi (shame I don't have a phone to appreciate it but :-D) This morning we decided to go straight to the bear park to go and see the big grizzly bears along side the river which was very very cool. Switzerland is very expensive and the whole euro ...
... went to the Natural History Museum and then went to look at the Bears. Since the 16th century, the city has had a bear pit, the Bärengraben, to house its heraldic animals. The currently four bears are now kept in an open-air enclosure. We only saw one as being winter, they are hibernating and I think we were lucky to see him. Thanks to Jessie and Vreni, our "tourists guides" for the day, we had another interesting and different day. ...