Ramada Hotel Solothurn
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... it's a theme of Solouthurn. They have 11 fountains and the stairs are in multiples of 11. Romy was telling us it started by accident and then they realized it in the 1700s and made it a thing... Pretty cool. Solothurn is also the greatest Baroque city in Switzerland and also the only so I guess it wins by default but either way you look at it there is no denying the beauty of the city. The rest of the night was ...
... because it seems the only way to truly be present.
I want to thank you for sharing this journey with me. Writing this blog has been a wonderful experience for me and I am not sure that I am ready to stop it. However, since I am not traveling anymore I find it unsuitable to continue using this site. I would like to keep writing - probably not as frequently- , also as a way to stay in touch with my friends who are several hundred miles away but close in ...
... for free. On the plus side they were delicious :)
The families manage with a once weekly shopping trip and I went on one of these with Sandra and her 2 children. Overall it was uneventful but the shopping is done at the market, any fish or meat is bought fresh and other essentials form the co op and all environmentally friendly. (think of the eco-over range for everything as much as possible). What struck me most is the cost of everything. It's extortionate compared ...
... it), so I just made sure she was near me most of the time....
Anyway, I traveled to Bern and Luzern (or Lucerne) this week, so make sure to read the next blog entry to learn about Luzern (too many good pictures to do it all in one entry)! The SIT group (27 kiddies, 2 directors) took the train to Bern on Wednesday morning, and when we got in 2 hours later we were set free to find lunch and explore for a bit. In the ...
... we got to see all the toys...they're hand-made and very very well designed. They hold a competition with VT every year, so we got to see the competition pieces. The people at Naef were super nice, and someone even made us carrot cake, which was delicious!!
We stayed in a castle for the night. It was like Hogwarts in Switzerland. We were in the middle of nowhere, so a few people made a beer run and we played sharades for entertainment. It was surprisingly fun!
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed