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- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- Breakfast Available
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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... a split second and replied
"We have a personal guide" pointing to my gorgeous 6 year old daughter who then grinned ear to ear, and off we went to get lost for the afternoon.
Chasing a 6 year old through a medieval castle, in a country whose safety standards are somewhat different to what we are used to, while carrying a slightly larger than normal 3 year old on your back who you hope on one hand will fall asleep while on the other hand ...
... a special sweet nut filling and a glaze. They were deadly good! Went on a bike ride with my cousin and as most people know I have never been good at riding a bike so when my cousin said that we are taking a short cut through a farmer's field I knew it wasn't going to end well. Here I am peddling like crazy trying to keep my balance and trying to keep up, suddenly she stops right in front of me. I slam on the brakes, start to wobble and fall. Right there in the field, I'm on ...
... door regretting to inform us that it was closed to visitors for a 4 day period of time that we just so happened to be in Geneva for... I was devastated! And honestly devastated is an understatement. We got back on our 25 min tram back to the city, realized that by that time there wasn't much left to do in Geneva and took our 2 hour train back to Bern. Worst day ever! But not over. We went out for dinner at a German restaurant and couldn't understand the menu. We both ordered ...
... leftover ingredients and a casserole pot. Not weird at all. It’s OK though, I’m an exchange student, so we can do stupid stuff like that and explain it away easily!
Wahoo! I’ve played my first game for the Uni team! Even got some points, what a hardout. But man, the process of being able to play was intense! I had to go and get a doctor’s test, I figured it would be just to check I wasn’t likely ...
... to camp there... But it was okay. We were told to "pick up our rubbish and be on our way." How lucky, right? We packed up the tent then endured the "hop of shame" back over the railing and before we left, shared a few laughs with the cops. They were way nice.
Having very limited use of Internet each day, it's hard to know what to do once you arrive to a new country or city. I downloaded a few offline apps (Apps that you can ...