Ramada Hotel Solothurn
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- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... 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 ...
... serving fondue. We indulged in a cheese fondue to share (just a standard, hideously expensive meal in Switzerland) and ate a whole pot of cheese, potatoes and bread. Although it was lovely, we felt quite sick afterwards from an overdose of rich cheese.
The next day, we walked back into Bern to see the city during the day. Somehow we timed it to a truck outside the parliament dumping a load of brand new 5 gold ...
... 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 ...
... 11:00 to turn my key in and then headed for the station. It felt strange to be leaving, as for the past few days I've felt like a "local" and have watched many others arriving and leaving.
The weather is beautiful today, and it's unfortunate that it became nice on day I was leaving. I wasn’t really in the mood to take more pictures so just sat and waited for the train. The trip was uneventful and there were only a few people in the car I was sitting ...
... went down just right. I made my way back to the hostel and ran into Seth, yet another Australian who I had met briefly while checking into the hostel. He introduced me to his new group of friends, three girls from Denver: Kalane, Chloe and Alyssa, and another from Sweden. The girl from Sweden, Karen (pronounced Koh-rin) had done an exchange in Quebec City a few years ago. We spoke French with each other for a bit and I was amazed to hear that she had a much stronger ...