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- Non-smoking hotel
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... a cycling show somewhere.
So we jumped on a train and headed back to Solothurn. By the
time we found the cycle shop in Solothurn it was also closed, this time for
lunch. We settled down for a drink before returning to get the puncture fixed.
After lunch at camp we decided to go for a swim in the
river. The water must be about 18 degrees, very refreshing.
... buildings have Christmas trees with lights on all of the windows. The doors and windows of shops are filled with trees, branches, candles and everything Christmas. It just makes your heart so happy to see it. We went into a department store called Loeb. It seems a bit like Myers. It had loads of Christmas stuff. Little tiny books filled with Christmas songs, stories and notes, Christmas decorations and advent calendars of all kinds. They had an amazing floor for books. So ...
Letters Home – Switzerland – 2013
3 & 4
is a country of trains. They go every
direction on every hour. What’s been
said about being able to set a watch based on a Swiss train is perfectly
correct. They do not pollute, as they
are powered by electricity. The horns
rarely blow. The crossing gates go down
and up silently, with only red flashing ...
... movie. From Basel to Solothurn I had to switch trains in Olten. There was only a 4 minute time window but because I had two huge bags I couldn't run fast enough to make my connection so I had to wait another 30 minutes for the next train. Upon arriving in Solothurn the walk to the apartment was easy (about 3 minutes). The apartment is VERY nice. The only thing I was missing was food. There are no grocery stores near by but ...
... to have a short rest.
When I got organized, I went out for a “walkabout” to explore the neighborhood. The City of Bern was founded about 1191 by Berchtold V, Duke of Zähringen. It was enlarged in stages and in 1353 it joined the Swiss Confederation. Most of the town was constructed with wooden buildings, and in 1405 a large fire destroyed most of the city. When it was rebuilt, sandstone was used to hopefully prevent a recurrence of ...