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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 ...
... to the top brought us to a great playground where small cars were available and all three kids raced around a track. Even Amelia stopped crashing into side rails and began her driving career. Wyatt was quite handy as long as he watched where he was going. Open small trains. And all kinds of things to climb on provided great entertainment. We met with our tour guide this afternoon and two ...
... hand pieces being thrown in frustration, victory dances and heads hung in defeat. This all took place in an arcade, a very public place and my godbrother sat in a corner wanting not to be associated with but watched on with utter amusement. It was a spectacle to say the lest. After we cooled down and all hard feelings had been shaken off, my godbrother dragged us out of there before we started another round and got ourselves kicked out. We got in the car and had ...
... of Bern.......which means "bear" in English. A casual afternoon as we walked through the old town of Bern and eventually made our way to our restaurant where we dined on a delicious meal of mashed potatoes, gravy and a cutlet.......not that different than back home!!!! In Switzerland, there are 4 official languages.............................. Wow!!!! Bonne nuit de Berne! ...
... his theory of relativity, and the Zytglogge which is a traditional Swiss clock masterpiece. We were fortunate to be there on a Saturday so there was a lot of local activity including the markets. The street itself is lined with many flags and at virtually every intersection there is a fountain. Bern is known as the "City of Fountains" and I can now see why.
While we were in the old city we had the opportunity to visit the Bern Minster which is a Swiss ...