Zunfthaus zu Wirthen
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... time of the year most of the crops
being grown are for the production of winter feed for the animals.
We arrived at our campsite, which is situated on the banks
of the Aare, in a miserable cold drizzle. However shortly after having set up
camp, the weather lifted and we were able to grab our bikes and ride into town
Solothurn has a ...
... See pictures. It seems kind of sad for the bears but the guide insisted they lived a "happy life."
More later. Actually, I think I am coming down with a Swiss cold. I already tried the Dutch variety cold which only lasted about 2 days so hopefully the Swiss one will be brief as well.
It is now evening and still raining and cold (but I like it). This afternoon we took a tour of the famous old clock tower (450 year old clock which is still running and has ...
We left rainy Belgium today and hit the train at 736 am for Solothurn to visit Romy, a friend who was a foreign exchange student in va beach. The train ride was about 8 hrs and was filled with a lot of sleeping (well at least on Carolyn's part, I was not so lucky). We went through Basel and caught the connecting train to Solothurn and got here by 3! Romy came to to the station to pick us up and walked us to ...
... was just good. Under this criterium, I also chose a "Deuter Aircontact pro" backpack which is a bit heavier than other comparable models, but has a lot of functions : raincover, water pockets, front opening, big zippers (more resistant), top is convertible in a daypack, little front pocket on belt... But of course, the most important for a backpack is that it suits your back, that it is confortable.
... because it seems the only way to truly be present.
I want to thank you for sharing this journey with me. Writing this blog has been a wonderful experience for me and I am not sure that I am ready to stop it. However, since I am not traveling anymore I find it unsuitable to continue using this site. I would like to keep writing - probably not as frequently- , also as a way to stay in touch with my friends who are several hundred miles away but close in ...