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... The rain stopped so we walked back to Langnau, had lunch, then walked around Langnau. On 9/4 we took a short train ride to Zollbruck then walked a 14km loop back to Langnau. The weather and scenery were gorgeous, but the hike included a lot of climbs and descents that really wore us out. We started at 9AM and didn't get back to Langnau until 5:30PM. The trail led us through farms and to vistas of the ...
... level was low the
island was connected by road to the mainland. The original island boasts a monastery
and some huge trees.
From here we went via Erlach around the Lake to La Neuveville
which has a beautiful “Old city” area and a tourist route called the “Witch’s
Route” which we wanted to see. The route is apparently a walking route but we
felt that bicycles should be fine. Unfortunately the “Navigator” missed the
It is always good to have a quiet day in Bümpliz Nord and Bern, and today was that day! We started the morning with a leisurely breakfast at Chez Andrea et Holger, followed by some therapeutic ironing! At 10am we ventured forth to Brünnen Westside to inspect the shopping possibilities before taking the train to Bern main station. On recommendation we enjoyed a light lunch at the Sky Terrace on top of the Schweizerhof Hotel close by the station, and enjoyed a very ...
... the street in the opposite direction and the people thinned out.
What looked like a parade float passed us... then we came across many gathering bands.
A Fasnacht Parade !!
In Schachen !!
We waited on the street side and had an up-front up-close view when it started. This was so nice because it wasn't crowded at all ! (There were lots more people way down the road where the parade would end ...
... to any day, previous or next. We were keen to look at the farm and Werner’s horses. We were able to see them quickly before the rain put a stop to it. Jessie’s Mum had prepared a delicious raclette (bacon and sausages cooked at the table with melted cheeses, onions, mushrooms, corn and gherkins) for dinner. Michaela played her piano accordion and showed us the type of cow bell that she rings. She is in a group that ...