Hotel Weisses Kreuz
Travel Blogs from Murten
... of Berne, and at the southern outskirts I decide we must get a closer view of the alps if at all possible because the weather is so sublime and clear. The famous Jungfrau, the Eiger and the Monch are very visible from Berne on a clear day, we just have to find the view. I navigate south through the suburb of Koniz and in a few km's turn off onto a narrow but paved farm road with hiking signs pointing everywhere, and so then we know we have only to ...
... that was a great idea so that parents could save money and still be able to have a variety of games for their kids to play with.
We stopped off at the much larger German church which was built in 1710. The town is on the border between the cantons of Bern and Fribourg. For 400 years, the rule of the town was shared and every 5 years it would flip between the two cantons. However, Napoleon was not ...
... steep path. One slip and your gone!!
After chatting to other folk on the East side I decided it was time to head up onto the roof of the main cableway station. Boy was it hard work just trying to get up here. Due to the altitude and the wind we were all puffing like steam trains by the time we got to the top. What a view it was from up here but the wind sure made it rather hard to take photos as one could not keep their cameras still.
... to human life, and if
we avoid its cycles we remain immature forever. It can take the form of
failed relationships, facing our own shadow self, conflicts and
contradictions, disappointments, moral lapses, depression in any number
of forms. All of these have the potential to edge us forward in life,
or dig in our heels even deeper, producing narcissistic and adolescent
responses that everybody can see except ourselves. ...
... piece of grass. Atop it's head is a crown of what is to me both majestic and ridonkulous. It lifts it head, we lock eyes and I mouth the word,
And as though I had revealed it's secret identity, the Elky creature dissapeared in heaving flash, back into the mystical land of parkyness.
Moose. Elk. Elky Moose.
I will always remember you.