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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Multilingual staff
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... the 2-letter abbreviation for Switzerland, "CH," stands for "Cantons of Helvetica," which basically means counties of Switzerland. Those two-letter abbreviations, called IATA codes, are used by the travel industry- but they're usually self-explanatory: "US" for the USA, "GB" for Great Britain, "IR" for Ireland, etc. We always wonder at work as to why Switzerland has a "CH," and now I have a tasty little piece of trivia to whip out ...
... are precision-neat (no surprise in Switzerland), however every single plot is planted with flowers, transforming the cemeteries into beautiful parks.
We looked for some live music and the most interesting option was a classical performance by a violinist from the Dominican Republic - hosted by the Dominican Republic embassy. We were met at the entrance by their ambassador, Julio Simon Castanos, who seemed ...
... it will be interesting. Bern -- once we figure out how to get out of the 3 story underground parking garage and navigate to find the Tourist Information desk is pretty easy to navigate. Theresa wants a "CH" sticker, the country's official name is "Confoederationis Helveticae" the TI guy asked us "don't you know Latin?" Duh, I wanted to say I barely know English but my sense of humor seems to be lost in translation with the ...
... a few photos of it coming through the archway of the clock tower and then down between the magnificent old buildings.
Sure enough it soon came puffing along this street and all heads turned as it passed and so I got my photos.
Once the tram departed I took a walk around this wonderful city. It was extremely busy with people and getting a photo without someone walking right in front of your camera was difficult.
The streets of Bern as I said above are full ...
... check in until three in the afternoon. We will only be staying here one night because it is so expensive!
Backpack free, we made our way to the Cailler chocolate Factory about an hour away by train. Thank goodness for our train passes. We had to sample some Swiss chocolate. We went on a pretty interesting tour that gave the history of chocolate and of the company. The tour lasted about forty five minutes and then it was a self guided walk. We sampled ...