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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... largest independent city state north of the Alps. It was occupied by French troops in 1798 during the French Revolutionary Wars, and was stripped of a large part of its territory. The city became the Swiss capital in 1848.
Now - Switzerland is only going to get one entry to the blog although we were there for 2 days. The stop was to experience Switzerland and the Alps, not for WWII research. As most know Switzerland is ...
Today was a beautiful day. I had the best night of sleep that I've had the whole trip! That made the day even MORE beautiful. I slept until 9am, and then headed down for breakfast at the hotel. You know you are on vacation when the time you get up is dictated by how late breakfast is being served! So the area I am in right now has three big lakes. It is fairly flat where I am with rolling hills surrounding the ...
Today I finally moved on from Gimmelwald. I had a GREAT 4 nights and 5 days there. I took the train through Interlaken and Bern en route to Avenches. Avenches is in the French part of Switzerland. I keep forgetting that I am still in Switzerland, not in France because of the French language I am hearing all the time, and just a generally very French feel. I arrived here around 2:30. Walked 7 minutes up hill to the ...
... was 3 degrees at the top, so we got changed. It was so weird putting on warm clothes to go into the cold when it was warm and 30 degrees outside!! The train ride was awesome, the view of the gorgeous Swiss wooden houses, waterfalls and beautiful green mountains just look like something you would see on a postcard. Once we got the second train we could see the Jungfrau Mountain, and the snow on the top. We changed at Kleine Scheidegg to get our last train which was a cogwheel train. ...
We bussed from Heligenstein over the border to Switzerland. On the way we stopped for lunch and some history at an exceedingly pretty village called Avenches, with still-visible Roman Empire roots, and an important Reformed church. We were hosted by its current ...