Villa Lindenegg Hotel Bistrot
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... After the tour, I was finally able to check into my room. Being New Year's Eve, I decided to stay at the hostel and relax a bit before going out for the night. In the common room I met an older Japanese man, who although claims to be an English Professor back in Japan, spoke little English and spent 2 hours talking to me in Japanese and attempting to teach me how to write in it. (Japanese has four different types of writing characters, so this proved to be difficult). Even after ...
... Zealand rack of lamb.
Sunday morning after breakfast six of us went to the lake where we spent all day swimming and lazing around. It was the perfect day for it as it was around 35 deg. During the following night we had some serious rain that lasted well into Monday and we visited my uncle and aunt just outside of Biel. Tuesday we went for a round trip to Laupen and Guggisberg (our town of origin) where we climbed ...
... but it was a nice thought so I joined my adopted family who, I think, were using me to practice their English for Xmas dinner. Two weeks before I arrived Bern had been covered in about 30 inches of beautiful snow but the weather had uncharacteristically heated up and it had all disappeared very quickly. Actually on the snow count Switzerland ,as a whole, was a little disappointing.
I shared my room with 4 young asian woman who were all travelling to or from ...
asdfghjkl; BERN!! Has to be in my top cities of Switzerland that I adore. Everytime I come back to Bern, I don't feel like it's changed - it's like I picked up right where I left off. :)
This city is alive with people, shops, food and history. All around the main streets of Bern are shops, just rows and rows of them - they have everything and anything. I kinda had a complex ...
... how to make a clock.
Wednesday night a bunch of us went out for an authentic Swiss-German meal. We had a dish called Roschti (I think there should be an umlaut over that “i” maybe?) So it is served in a small frying pan and has a layer of shredded potato on the bottom (like hash browns) followed by cheese, ham, and egg. There are variation of the dish but the one I just described is pretty standard. My friend Torrie and I actually split one, ...
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