Hotel Le Rallye
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... countless questions. It took not much time at all until we were seeing the photos of his one year old son and he beamed telling us little details of his joy in being a father. Sweet
We also had the opportunity to ask him about finding a market and getting a cab so that we wouldn't have to hoof it back up what we've now come to call "hell hill". He suggested the quick train to Vevey where we could quickly by some groceries, change some money and catch ...
27 September Checked out of St Christopher's Paris for the last time and jumped on a bus with a whopping 15 passengers. Quiet trip up to Bern today, as most people are either at Oktoberfest, making their way there, or leaving. This was going to be our first long bus day for a while, hoping to arrive in Bern around 5.30pm. We were really looking forward to getting back to Switzerland, as our few day in Lauterbrunnen earlier on in our trip had been ...
... 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 = ...
Berne (German: Bern), the capital of Switzerland, is a small to medium sized city with a population of about 130,000 in the city proper and roughly 350,000 in the agglomeration area. It sits on a peninsula formed by the meandering turns of the river Aare. The remarkable design coherence of the Berne's old town has earned it a place on the UNESCO World Heritage List. It features 4 miles of arcaded walkways along streets decked ...
... or Tram, similar to riding the Metro. The T.I. had indicated that Bus #12 would take me to the Bear Park, and it didn’t take long for the Bus to arrive.
By this time, the rain had become considerably heavier and when I got off at the Bear Park, I first used the Umbrella. However, I finally decided to resort to my Rain Poncho. It was a bit awkward to take pictures from inside the Poncho, but I managed to get a few. One of the Bears looked like a ...