Novotel Bern Expo
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... the wonderful friendly station cat.What an attention seeker he is but he is just wonderful and friendly and so everyone makes a fuss of him.
It has been an extremely long day and we are all once again exhausted. By the time I got back to the hotel my feet were killing me and it was just great to relax on the balcony under the wonderful Alps mountains.
Tomorrow we plan to take a long train journey to the lakeside town of Lucerne and simply see what is there.
Cheers for ...
... egg shells trying to fit the quota. The guys came back in as we came out of the toilets after refreshing and making ourselves look presentable again. Leandra did a second round with the guys while I sat out and watched from the bleachers. One of the guys, had raced when he was younger so watching him hit those corners with such speed and agility was really cool. It was in some strange way very graceful, a word not often associated with racing, but his movements were smooth ...
... largest independent city state north of the Alps. It was occupied by French troops in 1798 during the French Revolutionary Wars, and was stripped of a large part of its territory. The city became the Swiss capital in 1848.
Now - Switzerland is only going to get one entry to the blog although we were there for 2 days. The stop was to experience Switzerland and the Alps, not for WWII research. As most know Switzerland is ...
... were cool just like in Paris but they picked up an American random who was a bit of a ******. But not everyone you meet is going to be cool.
On my way out of Bern on Busabout I met a cool couple. Aleks and Corene from Adelaide turned into good friends straight away at the pub. I knew we would get along as soon as Aleks asked me if I smoked weed ;). Oh yeah...it had finally stopped raining.
... a flinch. It was anticlimactic, but very graceful. While Chris, Parker and Spencer accosted the newly grounded glider and showered him with questions, I took a little stroll before bus time. I happened upon a pretty patch of flowers and followed that around to the official Interlaken fountain. This was unlike any fountain we'd encountered before, so I had to take a picture to prove its existence. At first glance, it just looks like a couple statues framing some streams of ...