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... A final theory is that it is just a carnival character intended to frighten disobedient children. I liked it. The main clock tower was something else and for once we weren't there when it chimed, although later that night we heard the towns clocks (bells) chiming the hour- theres nothing like that sound in australia. The street scapes are amazing and unlike other swiss towns don't feel too faked, they are genuinely old world. Bern was made a UNESCO world site in 1983 and we could ...
... so far in my new shoes, my feet hurt so bad I just wanted to go home. Finally caught the bus back and went straight home. For my efforts I was rewarded with, one busted hulkingly huge blister on one foot and on the other three little blisters still closed. I was so cranky. Today was not my day. Tomorrow will be better I hope. Caught up with my cousins, my aunt and a good friend of cousins. We hung out a bit then drove into the capital city of Switzerland, Bern. ...
... our first full day here we invested in our own flotation device. The stifling heat continues and it is greatly slowing our see and do pace, so our days are now divided into first seeing cool things, then doing things to stay cool. Along our walk today it was decided a bright yellow air mattress is going to be essential to the rest of our summer in Europe. Other than some chocolate, it was our only purchase since the cost of lovely things in Switzerland is very high. But what ...
... and part of the federal administration, through the big town square, dodging trams and trolley buses until we saw the Zytglogge (Bernese German for "Time Bell"), an elaborate medieval clock tower with moving puppets. It was truly an amazing sight, an astronomical clock with its moving figures and built in 1530. As it was not near the hour when we could see the clock work we walked further in the old part and came upon the ...
Finally leaving Italy today and heading to Switzerland. Early start to catch the train from Santa Margherita Ligure to Milano, change trains in Milano to Zurich and finally Zurich to Bern.
The Milano to Zurich train travelled passed Lake Como and Laugano which I reconised from my tour. After Laugano the scenery got even more spectacular. Those Swiss mountains are very high and rocky and the fast flowing rivers with crystal water looked very cold. No photos ...