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... was made up by Cantons of Uri, Schwyz and Unterwalden. This celebration takes place on the 1st of August at the start of a new month. We stayed up late and celebrated the whole night with colourful fireworks and awesome bonfires. We also ate special baked bread called Augustweggen, it was sweet and perfect for the occasion. This celebration was thought of in 1889 but people didn't start celebrating until 1994. A 25 meter high waterfall marks this special occasion and it is ...
... good time, we wanted to visit this attraction that is like a puzzle game through the building, but it seemed closed sadly. But when we met us with Anja later, she took us out for a beer by the river, and we talked for several hours. It was a lot of fun and very nice to sleep in a house for a change. She was very hospitable and left us some things for breakfast and even offered to cool lunch the next day. It's pretty great ...
... restaurant, then prepare for some interesting walks/ adventures starting tomorrow.
Day 2 - Monday. we decided to go to Lauterbrunnen today, as this was the pick of the weather, with the temp only getting down to -4*, whereas other days will be down to -11*. The train took us in Interlaken Ost, then we changed to arrive at Lauterbrunnen. The train ride was very scenic, but not mor so than Lauterbrunnen itself, I was simply sensational. ...
... a train to Luzern. Luzern is known as a city with a beautiful view (a.k.a. Bellevue). With the river, lake and mountains it is a gorgeous city to go to and take postcard like pictures. However our time in Switzerland seemed to be very foggy so we didn't get those wonderful pictures. We still got to explore the city and see all of the beautiful bridges and the ducks and swans swimming in the river and lake. When we returned to Bern for the night we met Annelise' husband Ivo. He is ...
... too - I got my fiance a Bern lighter and he got me stickers and a postcard about the bears!
We took a leisurely walk back towards the hostel, window shopping again before stopping off to watch the little display on the clock tower they have every hour. When we got back to the hostel, I was feeling a bit ill so curled up and had a sleep whilst my fiance finished reading Catch 22 (his 4th book since we have been travelling!). I've had that chesty cough for a few ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
- Pets allowed