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 ...
... the direction of this very helpful guy to the hostel we were searching for and made our way to the desk. Turns out they were fully booked..... However! He called the place we originally had booked and confirmed the owner could come out and get us a room! As it turns out, we never updated the reservation to 2 nights after we decided against Milan, France. So it had actually by even been reserved for tonight... We then got on a bus, since ...
... was spectacular, and yet the greatest achievement was getting our more acrophobic traveling companions to skitter up the stairs for the chance to take it in. We had only allotted ourselves one night in Bern, but by juggling our train schedule, we were able to stretch the second day late into the afternoon. Then we alighted the railways again, this time to travel into the Alps. For those tales, you will have to come back ...
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 ...
... a list of things that I absolutely had to see in my short time in the city. My first stop was the Einstein House. It was in Bern that Einstein worked at a patent office and came up with many of his brilliant and revolutionary theories. His old pied-de-terre has been turned into a tourist attraction and I decided to check it out – hoping that some of his brilliance might seep through the old walls and into me. It seemed something had seeped through the walls, and ...