Hotel de l'Ours
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Ten years.... man time flies. It is really amazing what life has given us, the places it has taken us to and the experiences we have had in the last decade. There is no way I could have dreamed what my life would become or how many wonderful things I would be able to see and do. I've been very blessed to have a partner that supports whatever crazy adventure I put us through. I couldn't have done the things I've done without your love and support and I will never forget it. Its been ...
After such a busy day in Chamonix, we decided to take it easy in the morning. Simon was getting ready and packing his bags because he had to catch the midday train to Geneva and then fly to Amsterdam. One thing he forgot to do was print out his ticket, so I drove everybody down into Sion so that he could print it out at Louiselle's house. Louiselle lives on a tiny, cobblestone street that climbs steeply from the middle of town to ...
... Lola, complete with headset) and a Maxibon at midnight. The next day we said goodbye to our American friends and visited the Chateaux de Chillon in Montreux which was absolutely beautiful - what was equally as beautiful was the locker that mean we could dump our massive, awkward, heavy bags (can you tell mine is starting to irritate me yet?)
After a thoroughly enjoyable few hours at the castle we headed off to Sion where we were due ...
... t realize how long the train rides and playing in the snow would take, so had to skip the hiking. We would love to come back here again to do lots of the hiking tracks as they are meant to be very good. We got back on the train and made our way back to Interlaken. Walked around through the town of Interlaken and got some dinner. We got home late to Berne where we walked into our shared dorm to two new people on the bunk beds next to us. *******n, they stunk so bad of cat **** crossed ...
... for coffee (obviously) at a lovely little bar that overhangs the river and the dam. The river turns into a small dam. If you missed the last exit whilst swimming you are in trouble! The symbol of the town is a bear and there are bear statues everywhere! I proceed to get as many pics as possible with the bears!
We spend the rest of the afternoon exploring the new part of the town which includes the market and the government buildings. ...
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