Hotel Florida Studen
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... is closed on Mondays; this was a bit of a disappointment. While searching for a toilet we discovered the Natural History Museum that kept us entertained for a couple of hours. There were displays of stuffed animals from the northern hemisphere that we were not familiar with at all. It really was a very worthwhile display and were were glad we stumbled onto it. We got the tram back to one or two stops past our hotel and wandered back stopping for coffee on the way. Sandy and Joel ...
... d need a few days to do it justice. Traffic snarls over the bridges and the fairly untidy appearance on a grey day probably didn't add to its appeal. We walked around a bit then returned for a family dinner with Susanne and Gabriel - D cooked. All in all a lazy day. We need to help Suzanne tonight and prepare for a bigger day ...
... had a trip down memory lane. We visited friends of the grandparents, they gave me free tea and cake so I like them. They have good taste in cake. My nose was like I'm going to make life so hard for you, "cue evil laugh". Tonight you won't be able to breathe! Good luck breathing through your mouth the whole night. So it was one point to my nose and 0 to me. So the battle begins nose, you better look put because I'm armed with Kleenex, vitamin C and my secret weapon Vix vapor drops. It's so ...
... are the snow and glacier covered peaks spectacular, but the dairy cows with bells in the steep rolling hills beside the track add to the uniqueness of the journey. The train had to slow down a few times for cows that had wandered on the track but they soon move as he toots the horn! Unfortunately I don't have any photos to share with you of this journey as when Jeff and I returned to Bern that night I had my camera and change purse stolen in a massively crowded supermarket.... ...
Early the next morning we left Lausanne towards Bern, but we wanted to go to Interlaken to have a closer look of the Swiss Alps. Kevin had asked Vincent, our contact in Bern to meet us up at the main station so they could take our luggage to free us up for the hike in the mountains. Thank you, Julie for doing that. The boys even let her take the soccer ball they had bought in Rome, and which had been their inseparable companion since then.
After taking several means of ...