Hotel Le Rallye
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... of dips and salads, all washed down with a very drinkable Rosé. To ensure we did our bit for our GCC teams we the spent an hour or two wandering in the covered galleries of the centre of Bern. Bern is a very nice city ... civilized and refined! The streets in the old city have covered verandas with stone arches and house many fine shop and cafés. We are now aboard the BLS service to Bümpliz Nord, hoping for a little siesta before dinner tonight at the home of Ovi and ...
... into the river, i'm sure it's probably drinkable as well. We made our way up a steep path and right into the city centre, past the Parliament House. Switzerland, although one country, is made up of 27 cantons (regions/states) which all govern themselves and create their own individual rules and laws. This building displayed all 27 coat of arms for each region on its exterior. We went and grabbed some lunch from our friend (the supermarket) and sat ...
... 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 = ...
... climb a small mountain that was fairly local. After hiking most of the morning we made it to the top. From there we had an awesome view of the city and other mountains. This part of the Alps is called the Jura mountains. They aren't real high, like the one we ascend at Eagle's Nest. On the way up the mountain there was another mountain bike race going on. We watch the race for a little bit, and took in the view before ...
Being an account that will make couch potatoes everywhere reconsider their opinions of the Great Outdoors. Let's start this blog off with a simple game of word association. We say 'hiking', you say -. We say 'Great Outdoors', you say-. Mosquitoes? Sweaty endless walk uphill? Steaming piles of bear scat? Cold sandwiches? Delicious dehydrated meals? Hard to resist isn't it? But it's true, in Canada the Great Outdoors is often synonymous with what we know ...