Hotel Schiff Am See
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Our reluctance to leave enchanting Murten was manifested by our desire to take one more stroll around its two-block-long town center. This historic town was a special destination for me because in 1967 I had come here as a GI on a weekend trip from Bavaria for a folk cultural festival, and in the intervening 45 years very little in the old town had changed.
I see a shop offering a variety of ...
... on the bottom. It looked like tons of fun with lots of potential for kids flying off it, getting stuck in the ropes etc. Playgrounds are much more fun here and much more like they used to be when we were growing up!
In the 15th century, Adrian von Bubenberg had the town walls strengthened against Charles the Bold from Burgundy. As ¾ of the townspeople were German-speaking, they took a ...
... are about 3 tall runners to support the cable on the way up this cableway and when the car goes over them it sure makes it swing and everybody screams. Its a grand feeling.
Once at the top the temp has dropped and the wind is up. Ice is everywhere. I spent most of the time on a ledge on the East side of the mountain simply to keep out of the wind. Its amazing what its like up there when a snow cloud comes right into you and your suddenly getting ...
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u-Scuba diving licence
u-Passport size fotos (can be useful if needing a new visa. I used it to renew my ISIC card)
u-ISIC card (international students card)
u-Online banking stuff
u-1 cell phone + charger
You can buy SIM cards on the way or have your old one as an emergency ...
... is pretty standard and not nearly as impressive and 14000 people, evenly spread letting different ones go constantly and chaotically. Wow gosh gee wizz, Swiss day in Bern, Epic.
The next day we walk up the river for a few hundred meters and jump in, it is beautiful, pristine, clear, tasty, cold glacier water. We float down the stream and climb back out, hangover gone! Good as new. Well Bern, it's been good but I'm off to Interlaken to Bungy Jump! Woo