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.
May 14 After running to catch the train since we went to the wrong station we were finally on our way to Geneva. We faced a little chaos trying to figure out the exchange rate and luggage lockers before heading out into the city without a map. After getting caught in the rain,again, in the banking district aka area couldn't afford, we found ladies handing out tourism pamphlets. so JP narrated the rest of our time- the top attraction was ...
... and even their own pools. Quite strange to see them so close and right in the middle of town, but it's something which is very important to the city. We then walked down to the river and walked for a good half an hour around the outside of the city, marveling at the colour and cleanliness of the water. It was pretty deep in some places and extremely fast moving, but so clear that you could see the bottom at all points. With the Alps all around ...
... guide from a totally different tour company met us at the hotel and has given us a few, very brief instructions but we are all still a bit at large on our own.
Last night, we went to a local restaurant for typical Swiss cheese fondue (with pieces of bread and small potatoes), weiner schnitzel and noodles. Pretty good.
This morning, we had a local guide who took us on a bus tour with a few stops around town. Bern means "bear" in Swiss German. Apparently, ...
... Quite impressive sights to behold. Bern is touted as one of Europe's finest surviving medieval towns. The historic old town is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Stopped at the famous clock tower to watch the supposed performance of the jester who was to appear. He never showed up…probably his day ...