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... young children, middle aged men and women, tweens, teens and everything in between were there. For me the coolest part is that you can be completely warm in the pools and be outside where in winter snow surrounds the pool side. There is like an old unspoken tradition that all of the wanna be tough, young, macho men, sit in the hottest heated pool, come sprinting out, roll around in the snow then jump back in the warm water, nearly drowning everyone as the race to stop the ever ...
I caught the train up to Bern on Friday, about an hour from Lausanne in the German speaking part of Switzerland. This is where Tim and Annik and their new baby, Anya, live. Tim met me off the train and we grabbed some coffee before we strolled around Bern, admiring its lovely views and buildings, and the glacial river that runs through the middle (where Tim goes trout fishing). Annik just started back ...
... See pictures. It seems kind of sad for the bears but the guide insisted they lived a "happy life."
More later. Actually, I think I am coming down with a Swiss cold. I already tried the Dutch variety cold which only lasted about 2 days so hopefully the Swiss one will be brief as well.
It is now evening and still raining and cold (but I like it). This afternoon we took a tour of the famous old clock tower (450 year old clock which is still running and has ...
... high mountains. So, I basically need clothing for any climate. Hence, I will apply the onion principle : many different layers.
v-4 t-shirts (1 merino-wool, very good for cold and hot weather)
v-1 swimming suit
u-1 jeans (heavy, but useful to go to fancier places)
v-1 trekking pants with zipper to make shorts (perfect for changing temperatures)
v-1 polar jacket
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