Sorell Hotel Arabelle
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Pets allowed
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... you pass.
Right on time at 09h54 we departed Interlaken and our fast journey to Bern began.
It was now coffee time and I was volunteered to go and collect the coffee's. Of course this meant finding the shop and as we were seated in the very last coach it was a long walk through this very spacious train.
Finally after walking through about 8 or 9 coaches I finally made it to the dining car. Here was the main coffee shop selling all kinds of things from hot ...
... to stay with people. For one reason or another, it didn't work out to stay with anyone else until now, but what we found is that even if people had to decline us, their replies to us were so kind and often they were apologetic for not being able to accommodate us. There seems to be a real sense of community between Couchsurfers.
We arrived at Mo and Tino's home and introduced ourselves to one another and also met two people who had Couchsurfed here the previous night, ...
... visitors that the fellowship would be having that weekend. In the afternoon Susanne's other guests starting rocking up. We met Johan and Rizah from Holland with their baby girl Christina and also Ineke who is Pastor Piet's sister. We also met some other brothers and sisters from Holland who stayed for tea before we all headed down to the hall for a healing presentation full of great testimonies. On Saturday we did what saints do best - eating, fellowshipping and outreaching. ...
... is quite spread out although now massive at just over 51km and surrounded by the river, there are electric trams on overhead wires running throughout. I had my lunch by the rather grand house of parliament overlooking the river- a little misted out unfortunately due to the storm.
The city is famous for it's bear pits, which you can visit to see the cuddly looking creatures themselves ...
... t entice her to walk in the snowing landscape. An advantage of the rain was some spectacular waterfalls, dropping thousands of feet to the valley below. This trip was definitely worth the cost, even in adverse conditions – we did wonder how much more spectacular this trip would be on a fine, cloud-free day.
By the way, we never made it to the caves – we got sidetracked. B-A was flicking through a tourist book at the hotel, and came to an ad for ...