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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... bigger question – who buys ugly, terrible tourist tshirts that say things like “My uncle went to France and all I got was this tshirt” or one of the many lovely renditions of a mostly eaten cheese rind with Switzerland across it that we just recently saw. What are the stories behind some of the terrible tshirts in our wardrobe? Was it a joke, a case of misplaced ...
... for Visual Effects for their design work on the film Alien. It seems so odd that this quaint village has a museum of this dark, gruesome nature. Apparently, Giger acquired the castle in Gruyere in 1998 and he and his wife decided to put the museum displaying his art work there. There was also a cafe that was decorated with the same kind of designs. Lea and Carmel when in for a drink while Jane walked the town a bit more.
... softly with the very few words we spoke. There was no one out and about and, yet again, we felt like we were the only ones around. It was awesome and rich and colorful.
We met up with Jane and Lea at the "train station" ... covered bench at the bottom of the hill with Lake Geneva 30 feet away and waited for our train to Montreux (free on the Local Card) where we bought our tickets to Gruyeres on our half fare card...7 ...
... windows. Reed and Ryen took advantage of looking out of every window and letting their imagination run wild--princesses who lived in a faraway winter wonderland where people speak a different language and cultures are not the same as ours. Hmmm….I wonder if they are speaking about their own lives at the moment.
Our stomachs were rumbling with the smell of ...
... the motherland. Remember that at this time World War I was still raging on and Imperial Russia was allied with France and Britain. Knowing that Lenin was not all that supportive of the war effort the French were not eager to see him returned to Russia. The Germans however were more than happy for him to return home and take Russia out of the game. Lenin returned to Bern where some of his old communist buddies negotiated safe passage for him through Germany and into ...