Villa Lindenegg Hotel Bistrot
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... yet so thrilling for the taste buds. I presented my grandparents with a nice flower plant and a really good bottle of Spanish red wine. It's not much, I know, but it was to show my appreciation for all that they have done for me in the last three weeks. A very bittersweet ending to my time in Zurich. As we waited for the door bell to ring, my grandmother and I flicked through some really old photo albums. It's so nice to see and hear about the stories, ...
... 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 ...
... thing is really confusing but we only have a day so it's not too bad. Went back to the hostel to get changed and mol was feeling a bit poorly so me and mike headed out alone... The river was AMAZING it was packed with people swimming down the river, getting out walking back up the river and swimming back down so we joined in and it was so much fun!!!!!!!!!!!! We walked quite a bit down an saw people jumping of a bridge into the river so mike ...
... it ended quite abruptly with no mention of Xmas eve which left the audience a little confused. Some clapped hesitantly, some just stood there waiting for more and many just wandered off. I headed back to the grumpy man and the vuniclar, both of which had finished for the night so I had to take the steep walk down to the bottom and pray I didn't slip a knee cap.
At breakfast the next morning, I prefer Swiss breakfasts because they usually offer museli which sticks ...
... streets in Bern is that they are all very wide, and have narrow, almost symmetrical buildings on either side. The tour also led us to some fountains. Bern has lots of 16th century fountains made by Hans Gieng. Some of them include the Pfeifferbrunnen, or Piper, the Mosesbrunnen, or Moses, the Simsonbrunnen, or Samson, and the Kindlifresserbrunnen, or Ogre eating some babies.
I liked walking down the streets of Bern. I found shop selling ...
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