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... room section within an arena. The standing room section is where all the most die hard (aka the most loud, obnoxious, drunk) fans are located. I scooted into a little spot above the blue line, surrounded by german speaking (screaming) Bern fans plastered in yellow, red, and black.
As for the language, switzerland is again weird. Most countries have their own language. The french speak french. Germans speak german. So on and so on. The swiss ...
Today we decided to make the most of our free bus ticket...so we decided to catch the bus to lake Brienz (Riggenberg). We actually had no idea what was there but thought we could just wing it. We got off the bus and walked straight down to the lake. It was very pretty down there but wasn't much to see, so we climbed up the hill again to catch another bus. We had overheard a local telling ...
... the middle hamburger, but then I remembered how controlled the food chain is in europe and decided to just go for it. WOW. Good quality food really DOES make a difference. YUM!
Alice's son Joseph was equally intriguing. A recent graduate of business school and trying to find his way in the world, he was as engaged with entrepreneurship as he was with grass roots environmental causes that help make the world a better and more sustainable ...
... to get out of the warm cabin room to go use the restroom... Yes, just imagine! Sad to say, it happened to me.. On both nights we stayed there.
Our last day in Switzerland, there were options of either doing the 12000ft train ride or skydiving. I did neither, James from the other tour group and I just went for a walk around the area and into the valley. The scenery was unlike anything I've ever seen. ...
... restaurants that list their prices make me glad of my grocery investment. Here the buildings are all ornate stonework, and the main street is dotted with those strange painted carved-looking statue things. One of these I have heard of: it depicts an ogre eating children, dragging spares with him. I spend a pleasant (over an) hour in Bern, admiring the buildings and the totally different feel from Interlaken. Many photos later I find the ogre and, having exhausted ...