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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... wonderful. Sandra invited us to have dinner at her house in Villars-sur-Glâne so that we could meet the rest of her family. We also had dinner with an old friend from high school, Florence, and her daughter Elvira. Finally, we had another amazing dinner with Yvette and Lucas on our last night in Fribourg. I had so much fun reconnecting with everyone. My heart is full.
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... the city museum also hosted a wonderful permanent 'Einstein' exhibition and was visited by the 'Qin' exhibition with some of the famous terracotta warriors on display. Neat!
The staff finished the evening with dinner together in a small chalet venue atop the mountains above Neuchatel. What a great way to conclude our stay!
... so we were crowded onto the sidewalks, which was not very pleasant. I was trying to convince everyone how nice it was when the street is a pedestrian zone, which really didn't make much of an impression, especially on kids. So, we got some lunch at the Migros where I worked and walked across the bridge to the other side of town and back, stopping quickly into the Münster cathedral in the ...
... for the effects of the last hut wearing off. Wouldn't want that now would we? We admit it - the Swiss have it figured. Having now clued in to the logic of it, we realized a couple of details that we had missed before. There was a 'refueling station' at the top of the gondola as well, and another just a short drive down from the parking lot. In short, it was quickly becoming clear that (1) the Swiss don't believe in doing anything halfways; and (2) ...
... ever been in. It was filled with 175g game standard ultimate frisbees, comics, puzzles, fire twirling equipment and D&D dice. I walked out with my walled considerably lighter but in possession of a Bern Panthers ultimate disc, a new set of D&D dice and presents for people back home. Since I had just spent a large amount of money on things I didn't really need I figured that I better go and buy ...