BEST WESTERN Hotel Rallye Bulle
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Travel Blogs from Bulle
... after the inspection by house manager. Hence the previous night we had to struggle a lot to make sure everything was clean enough. It was a matter of 100 CHF, almost 7000 Indian rupees and none of us wanted to lose it.
Inspection started, and we all were tensed. What if they find little dirt in some corner? or what if it wasn’t clean enough according to their standards? All these questions were arising in our mind. But since we had ...
... city that moves at a town pace, even the coffee machines work at this rate my grandfather joked, when the machine just rumbled and hummed at me and refused to spit out the black liquid gold. We let the outside world know that we were safe and sound in Switzerland. On the way back to my quite seclusion and Leandra's nightmare, I laid eye on an incredibly huge pretzel! I had to have it, just like a kid in a candy store I went running into the shop eyes wide, hands clammy ...
... I got soaked!!
The breakfast I got consisted of a few bits of bread and a roll with some spreads, coffee and orange juice. When they said breakfast was included in the price I was thinking more like a cooked breakfast at least. Oh well, I suppose we cannot win them all.
While I sat there eating the bread breakfast I was watching the traffic on the road outside. It was just as mad and as busy as it was yesterday when I arrived here. Does this city ever not ...
... heaven! Shamefully we took some photos of our car in the car park, and some more in the Shell garage, but somehow managed to avoid taking any of the stunning panoramas and gorgeous scenery…embarrassing! Hiding our shame, we crept over the border into Switzerland to continue on our way to Bulle in the West of Switzerland. Switzerland did not disappoint. Cute wooden houses = check! Green mountain pastures = ...
... flares and firecrackers as they matched to the stadium - we saw it from far as they
crossed the bridge.
Soon when we went back down we saw the opposing team - grasshoppers Zurich (who eventually won the Swiss cup!) - headed from old city to the stadium. Although there were many police, the fans were still wearing masks and look very imposing that we felt we needed to follow the local down the steps to avoid them as they approached. In the end a firecrackers fell very near us ...