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As often not known by many, Bern (and not Zurich or Geneva) is the capitol of Switzerland and a must see on every Switzerland trip (which was proven by the bus loads of tourists we have seen during the day).
We took the train on a Thursday morning from Olten to Bern. A lot of Swiss would tell you that in Bern everything moves a bit slower (especially compared to hectic and very business oriented city of ...
We get into Switzerland by train and it's already gorgeous, all the mountains and lakes look just like every picture you’ve ever seen. Just look up Thun or Interlaken in google image search. I’m sure it’ll have pictures of what we saw from the train. It’s so amazing. I already decided to have a house here when I retire. The only thing wrong with Switzerland (other than a non-existent night life) is how expensive everything is. A pizza in the rest ...
... the Stadtkanzlei, or chancellery, and the Münster of Bern, a Swiss reformed cathedral, with all these intricate designs in the doorway depicting loads of Bible stories, with Christ's birth in the center. We then got back to the Railway Station, where we finally went grocery shopping, and where Susannah and I found lots of funny product names, like Tourist Chocolate (for all them tourist folks). We then got back to the car, and drove away from Bern.
... br> With our bags in tow, we set off to find lunch. Because of the cops, we didn't get a chance to buy something for breakfast, so we were really hungry by now. We knew that Switzerland was expensive, but the prices for food were shockingly expensive. Food was about 4 to 5 times more expensive than food in places in the rest of Europe. It was absurd. We looked in a McDonald's figuring we would eat there, but it was even twice ...
... outside, it kind of looks like a warehouse..
In Bern we went to the Paul Klee center first. The building was designed by Renzo Piano. It was a wave that came out from the landscape of the surrounding hill. The inside was kind of a failure because all of the work was in one giant room with small dividing walls, and you had no idea what the flow of the room was supposed to be. Regardless, it was Paul Klee, which was awesome. I love Paul Klee...he's ...
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