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Travel Blogs from Fribourg
... city of Fribourg. We walked and explored for about 4 hours ending up at a pizzera & gelato restaurant. Since Fribourg is in the French speaking party of Switzerland we were very challenged ordering our pizza. Kyle took French for a very short time about 2 years ago so he was able to pick out a few words to help us decide on the pizza toppings. It was the most wonderful tasting pizza.....not sure if that was because we had not eaten a ...
GOD I was tiered! I didn't sleep in Paris and barley did on the train to Lyon and from there to Switzerland it was impossible. The train was packed like and the duration was more than an hour. The last distance to Fribourg was really nice, the train was in two deck and completely empty. Than the conductor came and asked for my tickets and told me to move to the second class.
The conductor woke me up and told me again that I really have to move to the ...
... Driving through the country side here was some of the best scenery we had seen so far.
We chilled out for the rest of the afternoon before going to the national Swiss circus that night, it was all in French of course but very enjoyable.
The next morning we went in search of a few places that offered dog sled riding, we drove deep into the Swiss Alps past ski resort after ski resort. ...
... this is not the case. People are just as lazy as Australians and like the idea of driving home for lunch or getting to where they need to go as fast as possible with as little energy used. The month had been a success though, with every possible person contributing to the tally and a noticeable increase in those taking part every year in the five years it has been running. We share appfelsaft and nuts and fruit to celebrate. I have not ridden a bike since Middelburg.
Kup is ...
... is one of the larger cities of Switzerland, and station is glass and concrete and moving people.
The train to real Fribourg is rather quick, a landscape largely consisting of green and highway follows us through the countryside. A heavy-set man talks on the phone in French, turning to what sounds like German after being put on hold. The only word I understand is Shize.
Real Fribourg! Locking up the bigger bags I head for the info tent and wait for Amy. I spy ...
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Grand Places 14, Fribourg | 4 star hotelfrom $120
Route de Villars 37, Fribourg | 3 star hotelfrom $173
Rue de Morat 1, Fribourg | 3 star hotelfrom $138
Rue de Lausanne 76, Fribourg | Hotelfrom $107
13, rue du Simplon, Fribourg | Hotelfrom $127
Planche-Suprieure 12, Fribourg | Hotelfrom $297