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Magnificent trip today over the St Bernard Pass, and past Lake Geneva to Bern. The trees are changing colour and Switzerland is so attractive. Then after we got to the hotel in Bern we were very proud of ourselves catching the tram to the visa place, and there they were, our visas waiting for us! We celebrated by having a beer on the way ...
... now cross crashing a Swiss b-day party off my bucket list even though it wasn't on there to begin with. So we went home had a big dinner as the alcohol won't have such an quick and heavy effect on you, a trick my godbrother thought was a appropriate to teach us. After getting ready we made our way to the party and meet everyone. The party kicked off and was in full swing, when the Swiss party goers thought it was time to teach us how to play an array of drinking games. ...
... but didn't know where we were on our map! It was freezing and all we wanted to do after hours of traveling was to be in our warm hotel! We walked up and down the street asked a few people for help (not too good at English) and finally found out we were walking past our hotel the whole time!! After feeling stupid we were into warmth! The hotel was great! Not fancy, but a great size, nice tv, big bed and room for our bags! It was a winner! We ...
... to any day, previous or next. We were keen to look at the farm and Werner’s horses. We were able to see them quickly before the rain put a stop to it. Jessie’s Mum had prepared a delicious raclette (bacon and sausages cooked at the table with melted cheeses, onions, mushrooms, corn and gherkins) for dinner. Michaela played her piano accordion and showed us the type of cow bell that she rings. She is in a group that ...
... for her English, but I said that her smile made up for it. The weather had been great in Bern. Very cool temps, a slight drizzle, and no bugs, even though I am camped right on the river, the Aare. Aside from the pleasant girl at Starbucks, I haven't received many smiles. It's a shame that a culture exists where happiness is not commonly outwardly displayed. All cars yield to pedestrians here in Bern. That's a plus. If I could complete a graduate environmentally ...