Alpe Fleurie Hotel & Residence
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Pigs in Spain are big business, and pollo (chicken). Industrial scale factory farming appears to be favoured, with the animals spending their entire lives inside sheds. If you favor red meat you will have to search for it. As for Asian food, forget it, it’s not on their radar over here.
The other night we arranged to camp outside the gate of a campground so that we could get an early start in the morning. Camp grounds here often have a ...
... is beautiful - I could see the mountains surrounding on all sides, with low clouds covering part of them. The city was very clean, and the grocery stores had lots of good organic food, and I have to say I just liked existing there.
We went to the lake every day, toured the beautiful Olympic Park and gardens, saw the Olympic Museum, ate some very delicious pizza named after Brad Pitt, and ...
... In the picture we took in the aging cellar, you can see the robot at the far end of the rows of cheese, the little yellow light showing that it's in action.
We took a drive through the countryside to the town of Fribourg, walked around there a bit and returned to our B&B to relax before dinner, which was at a small restaurant next to a tiny chapel in a meadow. The lady who was the owner/chef went out to her garden to pick ...
... and both girls are speaking a little French without being prompted. Daniel and I are now enjoying a rare moment without children, who are happily tucked up in bed asleep. We have enjoyed a glass of $8 a bottle Bordeaux (which I would have happily paid $80 for in Australia). Mind you, the $10 'vin des domaines' labelled an Australian Shiraz (with a skippy design on the label) might have come close. (Respectfully, I doubt ...
The days went fast and unsurprising the rest of my time in Lyon. Finally I stayed one more day than planned to be better prepared to start my way to the mountains. I found out I have way less time than I expected to have to dedicate to Internet, blogging, writing, reading or researching about my next destination. In sum, less time than expected to spend in front of my phone or a computer when there is ...