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... that. It's a government initiative to get people out of their cars and we certainly took advantage of it. Cars are few but there's plenty of trams and buses. And, after Barcelona, hardly a tourist to be seen!
Bern has a fantastic pool complex beside the river. Numerous pools occupy a number of hectares and it's free for all. Large shade trees, acres of soft green grass, boarded sun-baking areas, change rooms, abundant toilets, hundreds of lockers, outdoor ...
... century kick. The next day we took I guided tour through Tetuan. We walked through an authentic Moroccan market that I can imagine hasn't changed very much over the last few centuries. Just imagine, very narrow streets with every possible overpowering smell and people selling everything, and I mean EVERYTHING, from their little shops, store fronts, and literally right on the ground. We ended up at a very old and ornate restaurant where I got to experience Moroccan ...
Something glitches and deleted a bunch of entries. I have them saved elsewhere in a journal so I put some of the latest ones back without pictures. I will add others as I get time and a few pictures too. I am really more and more disappointed with the app and the way it works from the IPad. Seems like it should be better! ...
... a week. He has been working in Germany but says the economy is better here for work. They must pay well as he does not think the prices are that bad here. He speaks pretty good English which he says a colleague in Germany, from Ireland, helped him with. He is also self taught in German, French, And Polish. It still amazes us how people learn so many languages here and the different ways that they learn them. Our dinner place was a local restaurant where ...
... some streets, finding plenty of Swiss watch shops. We went in almost all of them. Why? Because Dad wanted to find the watch he has, but see how much they charge for it here in Switzerland. I know, it sounds pointless, but hey, that's Barry Neal for you.
We then made our in the direction of the train station. Oh, and I went in a cool phone booth on the way. It was like a big glass cylinder!
We then went down into an underground mall, right below ...