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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.
... 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 ...
... became an ode to the subject of man against tyranny and injustice. The reality is really not that tragic as he was a nobleman who was kidnapped for ransom against unpaid debts and was never put in the cellar prison but wined and dined upstairs in royal style until his ransom was paid.
A few interesting facts about Chillon: it was made of the local green sandstone but in the distant past was painted totally white. This was a status symbol to all around ...
... continued, pretty much nonstop. Hundreds and hundreds of people walking upstream, like a human version of those parades of ants or penguins you see on National Geographic. Finally we could stand it no longer. It was a hot day, we had nothing planned, so why not? Sonia was the brave one, so she set off by herself. A half hour later she was back, exclaiming 'it's warm!' Her sincerity was enough to convince Alex to give it a go, and sure enough, the water is ...
... our amazing coffee and catch up on old stories, Stefan insisted we see the famous Grizzly Bears of Bern. In a sanctuary in the middle of town, the bears are a real highlight. Lucky for us, and even more so for Stefan, close by is a brewery serving incredible beer (surprisingly) and even better food! Again, overlooking the beautiful city we enjoyed a huge local dish of Rosti (comprising of onion, potato, cheese, egg and some spices). Sounds pretty ...