Hotel Marechal Ferrant
Travel Blogs from Charmey
The next class was on Security of Web apps taken by Prof. Austin. Here we learnt some techniques to protect the web applications.
The next class was on Persistence API's and Prof. Monge was handling the subject. This is related to databases and we learnt about “JPA: Java Persistence API “ and Indexed DB. Similar to other subjects we were given assignments and were put in a group to work on the assignment. Lastly ...
... is laid out. We shared our carriage with a lovely couple from North Carolina - they said this is their favourite place in the world and this was their third time back. I hope we can be so lucky as to come back that many times!!! They also gave us some good tips on manageable walks for the kids. They did so well today though - there's an hour long trail around Schynige Platte and they tore around most of ...
... friends was what we needed more than anything.
We spent the next few days really enjoying Bern. We spent a day walking through old town and eating at a traditional swiss german restaurant, the Loetschberg (www.loetschberg-aoc.ch) where we had fondue for the first time. We then walked down to the bundesplatz for the seasonal light show which was the most amazing light show I've ever seen. They project light onto the parliament building but ...
... Still, I was able to get a five-pack of Daim™ Milka™--aaaahhh, the pleasures of Kraft owning everything--for under 5 SFr (slightly more in USD, but less in euros), so I did like this place.
PS that Daim link is actually pretty interesting, I've just found. I've always thought Daim tasted a good deal like Heath, but it turns out that Heath just gave Daim the recipe.
... style shirt (Nice to have one shirt)
u-1 long-sleve t-shirt
u-1 raincoat (A cheap poncho would also do)
v-1 hat (a most in the sun)
u-1 first aid kit
u-1 bath stuff (nail clipper is very useful)
n-Ultralight miror (for contact lenses, but finally never used)
v,u-2 super microfiber towels (small 30x10cm and medium ...