Auberge Du Raisin
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... Its a great
shame as i really was looking forward to that road cut into the cliff but it
will just have to be another day.
I will make my way to Lake Genèva and take a look at a miniature railway that I
have always wanted to see there and simply head north and see where I get to.
last two weeks or so certainly have been a magical adventure and i just hope
there will be many more to come.
night from the ghost town
We set off from Miranda's as the sun rose as we had a day's drive to the car ferry in Le Havre. We bit the bullet and took the autoroute the whole way,for £50 you get an empty road at this time of year and chaos around Paris where the road is free and chockablock. However the sun shone and the trees got more autumnal looking as we headed north. We quite like Le Havre despite all ...
Geneva done, we packed up and set off on the next leg of our
journey along the Northern shore of Lake Geneva to Cully which is a small town
famous for its vineyards. Here we stopped and took a walk through the wine
route which is situated on the lake shore on extremely steep land. The
vineyards are terraced and present a beautiful aspect in which to walk. The sky
... of us. We saw Geneva from a distance before traveling to the other end of the lake, which is nowhere near Geneva. the campsite was mostly empty and our cabin was…cozy. And expensive, just like everything else in Switzerland. Baguette in the morning? 3 Euros. Coffee? 5 Euros. Beer? Not getting drunk here. Highlights of the week include: - seeing the St Bernard centre, where they breed the dogs (the east end of the lake is near the St Bernard pass). There’s a lot ...
Time to try an ATM. The good news was it worked. The bad news was that because it is Switzerland they think it useful to give 400SF out in 2 notes, each worth about £140. How am I going to go into a boulangerie and buy some breakfast with those? Or even a cafe. Anywhere that is going to accept them will be out of my budget. Despite there being places to buy food I couldn't buy anything. Managed on 2 mars bars until 8pm.