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... one of said buses. To add to the excitement you also try and pelt your fellow Canadians with snow balls while screaming "I'll kill you!" and careening around small children. It was as close to real life MarioKart as you can get. If you do nothing else in Switzerland...go Sledging! P.P.S. The dogs here are awesome and they go EVERYWHERE with their people! The go on the train, to the grocery store, to the mall and yes...they even go sledging ...
... for that matter) in the form of Rosti with Swiss sausage and leek (yummy!) and cheese fondue mushroom with bread and potatoes (yeah so much carbs!). The Swiss cup finals was on tv and we watched the end there together was some very expressionless uncles. It went on to penalty shoot out where grasshoppers (the blue and white team) won.
So that's very much Bern.It had a lot of old town character but nothing very much to do or see - I guess we saw it on a very very quiet day too.
... 00. Nächste Halt Bern! The train ride to Bern was just over two hours long, and took me high into the mountains, although not quite into the Alpine region. Remarkably I met no one on the train ride, as my compartment was a ghost town. No one even came by to check my ticket! The train station in Bern is much larger than the one in Geneva. My first thought when I got off the train and looked at the adds around me was that I was back in German land. When I stepped off of ...
... America : in mean ~25euros/night
-Buses : ~100frs for 1500km
Great total : ~10000 frs ( 8300 euros )
Tipps for saving money :
>Consider around-the-world flight tickets.
-Pros : you can save a lot of money
-Cons : More constraints, not good if like me you have no clue at all ...
... Parliament building,
Since parliament is in session it's not possible to go inside so instead I continue my walk in the rain many metres above the river and finally down a steep series of hairpin streets on wet cobblestones to a very high bridge across the river Aare (a tributary of the Rhine), this is one of 18 bridges at Bern which cross this very deep fast flowing river (actually it's an amalgamation of 3 rivers by the time it reaches Bern)