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... name for their new town, decided to call it after the first animal they saw on their hunt- which was a bear, hence the name Bern (bear in German). They were lucky they didn't come across the Pink Fairy Armadillo...that could have been embarrassing.
The city has a great layout with old cobblestone roads and arcades stretching down both sides of many streets providing shelter to shoppers, which was great if it happened to shower today. There are also lots of trams ...
... The weather was fantastic today. The air was crisp and not too cold and as we walked along the track. Sometimes in the open air and sometimes in the forest we couldn’t help but be in awe of the landscape we were in. All the while the big three mountains in this area of the alps, the Jungfrau, Mönch and the Eiger stared down at us with their snow-capped gaze. The views (and the walking for some) was breathtaking.
On reaching Mürren we took a rest and got ...
... in brief about the selection process for the program.
When I was in 5th semester had heard about this summer program from one of my senior that , 5 students from PES who are currently in 3rd year will be sent to this program after 6th semester exams and it is fully funded by Switzerland and also about how they select students for this. But at that time I dint give much importance to ...
... valley - 'Haute' means 'high' in French - which is useful preparation as pre-Alps training. It has also worked out well as an escape from the rain that began just after I arrived at the hotel.
I enjoyed a very pleasant set menu in a nearby restaurant this lunchtime. I'm treating it as my main meal of the day to avoid paying the high prices here in thehotel. I have pate, bread and fruit in my rucksack that I'll eat in my room later. I think France ...
... taken down the mountain through beautiful countryside to Montreux (another language lesson - I thought it was "Mont-row" but it's "Mon-true"). There we were met by our little bus again and taken to a hotel "Le Baron Tavernier" which has a lovely area above the lake called "The Deck", where we were given more wine and nibblies. THEN we were returned to Geneva.
We were so exhausted and not at all hungry, so we didn't bother with ...