Mol'Express

Rte du Moleson 228, Moleson, Gruyere, Fribourg, Switzerland | Hostel
 

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A travel blog entry by jamesonthevf201

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... him on this point.

Pete is a very interesting guy. He is a 60-year old pastor in the Dutch Protestant Church, who broadcasts on Dutch radio and is writing a book about his Via Francigena experience. Naturally, we talked about religion but we also discussed a range of other topics during the course of the evening. I couldn't avoid thinking about the Dutch guy in the Martin Sheen film, The Way, but this because of the way he spoke rather than anything else. In addition to ...

Memories of France #3

A travel blog entry by jamesonthevf201

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It is my second day in Switzerland, but I feel I still have to bring closure on my month walking through France. I won't detain you long.

A feature of the landscape in the Pas de Calais is the preponderance of little wayside chapels housing statues of Christ or The Madonna. Most are in good order despite their age. Even more frequently seen were roadside crucifixes of varying size and ornateness, each tanding as testament to the strong Catholic tradition that ...

Day 51: Sion to Vevey

A travel blog entry by jimboandsusan

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Distance: 91km Cumulative distance: 2849km Best Convenience: a restaurant at our campsite! Riding conditions: puddles, gravel tracks, puddles, cycle paths, puddles, major highway, puddles Weather: wet, cold - hovered between 11 and 14 degrees Gear replacement: It was finally time for a brake pad replacement on Jimbo's bike. A lot of squeezing was happening but not a lot of braking! Today we started off in the rain... Lubing our chains and attaching our gear in the rain then ...

Day 50: Mühlbach to Sion

A travel blog entry by jimboandsusan

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... over from German as the official language. We spent a bit of time being confused by the lack of signage in Sierra before we made it through the town and onto the Rhone-side trail one more time. This trail was flat and smooth, so we made good speed. But we were tired, we'd already covered 80km and it was getting harder. We passed a large mining operation where they had open cut the side of the mountain away. What was interesting was ...

Is this what they meant by being on the Up and Up?

A travel blog entry by mother.ship

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... home just to have him dump us out at the bottom of the hill! Lea was in the front seat and quickly let him know that was Not part of the plan. He backed up slightly then turned the car up the hill through the tunnels of the town moving us closer to our destination. At another turn he pointed to a sign which clearly said no automobiles / no exceptions and, the silly man thought that he would persuade us to get out at that point...still a good half mile ...

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