Hotel Weisses Kreuz
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... and families picnic. I think we will adjust well.
We walked around old town which as the longest covered shopping promenade in Europe. There are a lot of stores (some common ones like H&M, Nike) but a lot of unique shoe and clothing stores that I'm sure I will be happy to explore. Steve will like the many coffee houses and there is definitely quite a bit of alfresco dinning--we need to find babysitters!
... spirits from bulk containers and decide why not add to our existing collection. From the scores of choices, I select a small bottle of Obstler, an eau de vie distilled from a variety of fruits (not to be confused with a liqueur, which is technically not a fully distilled product but is the result of an infusion of some combination of flavor(s) to a previously-distilled product such as vodka).
From Murten we drive the 30 or so km to the ...
... was extremely expensive and to paint an entire castle white was an extravagent show of great wealth..
The man who originally built it, the Count of Savoy, owned over 30 castles throughout the area and only spent about 2 weeks a year there before moving on to another castle (rough life!!). When he moved each time, he took EVERYTHING in the castle with him, furniture, carpets, tapestries, etc. He left it a total shell. Note to Bob: And you say I ...
... decided to tear down the French church to get more stone. The smaller church was rebuilt 6 years later for the French-speaking community.
We continued past the library which had a two signs in the window, "Bibliothek" and “Ludothek”. The “bibliothek” portion lends books, and the “ludothek” portion lends games and toys for parents to check out for their kids. ...
... probably for the best as the temperature was rising and it was a very quick trip to Bern.
For the next few days I'm staying with my friend Sabine who we met when we were here in '06. We've kept in contact all these years and followed each other's highs and lows... and it was just so good to be back in her company again.
Sabine took me down to the river for a swim and it was the best dip in melted glacier I've had in ages.