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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.
... see some traditional cultural dancing and arts, we watched the Yodelling and alphorn which were both dances and songs, they were very unique and very interesting.We then went to a famous Swiss museum called Kunsthalle, it was so fascinating. There were detailed sculptures and nice paintings such as the famous sculptures by a man called Jean Tinguely, who made Sculptures of 3D machines and made them look like they were moving. A man who worked at the museum told us that ...
... and only one stained lass window above the front entrance. We then took a guided tour around the Bern Federal Parliament. By the time we left the tour, rain was falling in sheets and the streets were flooded.
Day 4 - Wednesday. Weather still not great today, and our last day in Switzerland, so we did very little. Just spent today relaxing and reading, then having a good walk around our local area in the afternoon when the rain had cleared a ...
... 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 ...
... just need your lock.
v-1 camera + charger + 14gig memory card (a must)
(14gig was enough for my entire trip. Tipp : once in a while make a
safety copy of your pictures on a dvd and send it home. Loosing your
pictures is probably the only 'impossible-to-replace' loss you can have.
All the rest, passport and material you can buy somewhere)
Books are very ...