Ramada Hotel Solothurn
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Travel Blogs from Solothurn
... varieties of local mushrooms up for sale. From here we set off up the
bank of the Aare River towards Biel on the bank of Lake Bieler.
Not to be, we got as far as Grenchen before Corinne’s bike
got a puncture. After a bit of research, also known as “asking the locals”, we
found two bicycle shops that were both closed. One because it was Wednesday and
the other ...
... and mobiles, paint abstractly on the glass, set up intricate mazes of product, blow pinwheels with oscillating fans...so many ways to draw attention to themselves. Even residents' homes we saw today featured intricate window boxes of trinkets and flowers.
So by now it's becoming clear that laid back Europeans take their rivers seriously, or rather they take seriously their river relaxation. The city of Bern offers us another gorgeous body of water to float and ...
... happy I did because I had the very last parking spot in the garage. I walked around the hotel a little but didn't find anything interesting. I ended up eating in the hotel but I did have a very good beer.
My journey from Basel to Solothurn was fun. I really like the train system in Switzerland. From the airport to the main station in Basel I had to take a bus. The station is Basel looks like the scene in the first ...
... Can’t explain it, hopefully the pictures do some justice! We hired a sled before heading up the gondala for a fantastic couple of hours! First we walked to Deschinensee which is a lake, but so iced over and covered in snow that people were skiing across it. Then we took our sled for one of the craziest rides ever, the majority of the time we were wildly out of control, which wouldn’t
have been such a problem if trees and corners weren’t ...
... and indeed it rang true. A recent article in The Age had Swiss and Australian cities over-represented in a list of the most expensive cities in the world (Tokyo number one apparently). Dinner that night was fondue in the town of Grindelwald. The fondue consisted of a blend of several cheeses, white wine and kirsch (schnapps). Mix in copious dunkings of bread and potato and you end the meal with a cholesterol reading that would be the envy of any American 10 year old.