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 ...
... the waitress described as being delicious, only to have them come out extremely dry and overcooked. And to cap it all off, when we got the bill it came to just under $100, a price we weren't even paying to stay for two nights for the two of us at our hostel. The end of the night went a lot better. After dinner we went for a walk along an extremely fast moving river that meandered its way through the city. We saw people try to swim but got carried away by the current in a hurry. On ...
... 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 ...
... to do!
Saturday was the day for exploring Bern, it is such a gorgeous city! I was lucky enough to be there with snow covering everything, which certainly makes it even prettier. We started our explore up to the ‘rosengarten’ (please note that I did get Ilona to write all the German words out for me, so that this would be totally correct!), which is a rose garden looking out over the city. Awesome in winter, can’t imagine how nice ...
... elephants at the makeshift zoo, and trying to find some famous Neuchatel chocolate. After, we got on a train to Basel where we walked around the city to St. Jakob park where the local football team plays. Basel is different from all the other Swiss cities. Itäs more like an American, modern, industrial city so it was hot, stuffy, and extremely polluted.
Thats about it for today, pictures will be up as soon as I can get wifi on my tablet.