Ramada Hotel Solothurn
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It might be premature but I think I love Switzerland the most so far. It is so beautiful here! We took the train in from Paris to Geneva to Bern. Right around the time we hit Geneva we noticed how green it is in Switzerland. That combined with the mountains and lakes makes for amazing scenery! We hopped off the train in "old" Bern which has a small town feel and great atmosphere. Very quiet. No cars are allowed on the streets, only the ...
... you can't go wrong with the majority of places. I order my favorite carbonated drink of all time - Rivella - it's like a cross between Sprite and Ginger ale. My Mum and I both order the same thing, a Gemischtersalat - translated as a mixed salad - so you have basic greens, carrot salad, pasta salad, beet salad and is all accompanied with a side of fresh bread. Kill me, it's so good - like a death meal. I could eat this everyday for the rest of my life. Good ...
... A couple of years ago the yacht was in HK and I was sorry not to have been invited to sail on it.
As the day was sunny our host apologised for the fact the room was not air-conditioned...indeed the whole building was not. Even though he visits Asia a number of times a year over the past 15 years he was still not used to the heat of Geneva in autumn. We on the other hand were quite comfortable.
When you travel in this day ...
... get to a bar which i can only describe as a student type bar. I am not overjoyed but i have a beer anyway and then tug Michael out of there.
On the plus side we got to see the cultural centre which is outdoor with music playing and reminds me of a youth club but outside and accepting of anyone.I still feel old standing there though!
Our 3 day was a lazy day and with Martin and Nicole's permission they agree to us staying ...
... things off with a visit to the local Einstein Museum and his former place of residence. The museum was nothing short of excellent for something we really didn’t expect all too much from. Hell, the entrance to the exhibit alone was immediately worth the price of admission, with a staircase spiralling upward leading you through a trippy room of mirrors and projections in the dark, reflecting each surface so as to give the illusion of being trapped in a perpetual maze of the mind. ...
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- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
- Pets allowed