Ibis Bern Expo
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking rooms
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... Old water fountains with works of art line the streets. Then there are the clock towers with massive clocks and bells in them. Figures of people have been erected at some of the bells to show the bell ringing was done in the past.
Unlike last winter when I was here and all the shops were closed today was the complete opposite. Wonderful shops lined the streets and many coffee shops had outside seating.
I returned to the same coffee shop I sat in last winter which ...
Bern was a very interesting place. Many shops, rows and rows. Luckily we arrived on National Day, where everything was pretty much closed. It's i guess like their 4th. The good thing was that everything was closed, since they have a large tax and everything ...
... home. It was really humbling to be there and see this little group slogging away, keeping each other motivated and supporting one another. We were really inspired and felt privileged to be there. After the meeting we headed back to Stefan & Zsuzsa's to watch the World Cup semi final between Germany and Brazil. The whole fellowship was there, all 9 of us. In Switzerland the locals are not too keen on Germans in general, something to do with their outgoing personalities. ...
... at the hotel - near the bear enclosure. We took some time to to rest before heading to the brewery up the street for dinner. We made friends since the tables we basically sat at the same table and had a great meal of meats, spatlzi, and pretzels. May 15 For Dads birthday we spent the morning exploring the old town of Bern. A glockenspiel, fountains depicting old wise tales, exploring the market and outside the parliament ...
... Neunburg, in the canton (state of Vaud) where everyone speaks French. I have always loved going to Cudrefin as a child. Firstly it's the experience of sleeping in a camper home thing, then having the lake right in front of you, the forests and parks makes it a dream land for kids. There is always some place new to explore. Even though it is inhabited by people over the age of 65 I am still able to find it not so boring but amazing place to slow down and enjoy the quite. ...