Hotel Restaurant Baseltor
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... to various famous people from the town’s past. At the entrance to the
gorge, there lives a solitary monk who supposedly looks after the spirituality
of the area. A real fairy home.
From here Corinne took me to another part of town where her late
Grandparents used to live and showed me where she had crashed her tricycle when
she was a young child.
... locals, with heaps of people waiting for seats. The place was cosy but didn't have the same feeling as last night. Even though this place was great! Last night we saw heaps of people having this strange dish so we decided to try it for entree. It's a plate mostly filled with melted cheese, and on the side it has a few tiny potatoes, some gherkins and pickled onions. It was hilarious to eat but actually was a great combination. We got a schnitzel and a potato Rosti (look ...
8am- Today we got up and did some train travel to Switzerland. There are some great places to see here, but the most attractive places are populated more by cows than humans, and we are already roughing it pretty good. We decided on Bern for our Swiss experience. Also, we are couch surfing so it's a free stay in a place that is incredibly expensive, I wanna say it was going to be €40 each to stay for one night and we ...
... the nice Bernese accent. This and the picturesque old town gives the city a very unique vibe which we wanted to explore.
Our first stop was at the Zytglogge (Clock) Tower. This 800 year old watch and former prison tower has a astronomical clock. As it was near the full hour we and about a hundred other tourists gathered around the tower and waited for the hourly show the mechanical figures moving to the strike ...
... in the US (or none I can find at least). As we were walking we noticed they were playing alot of oldies especially Elvis. One of the bands was called Daddy and The Willyshakers... Yes that was spelled correctly... Let the jokes commence. Despite the name they were really good and there was lots of great dancing! We also got to try beer made in Solothurn called Oufi, and it's so so good. Oufi means 11 in ...