Auberge de la Gare
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- Non-smoking hotel
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waterfall does not look like much when first seen, but look closely and there
behind the falls is a tunnel cut out in the cliff where people can stand behind
and watch the water fall. Its only when you see the people does one realise the
actual size of the cliff and falls.
per usual on arrival at Lauterbrunnen I park right up outside my favourite
coffee shop and right away order my favourite coffee mocha. I then sit outside
and take ...
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 ...
... photographs that appear to be normal but have something unreal about. them but are in fact true images. For. instance a series of typical British buildings that don't quite look right but they do exist as they. are a police training village. the. pictures appeared in odd places in the castle. but because of. their. content were. entirely appropriate because they shouldn't be there but. were ( if that. makes ...
... any better, we had typically trotted the 15 minutes down the road to the Migros. Denner was
“Up 10 stairs”
“Out the door”
“To the Left!”
…Dora The Explorer never lets me down…
Back in a flash and we had all the white wine we needed for the night.
Angela regaled us with a myriad of tales about her travels to various parts of Europe - I simply can't keep ...
... Eibsee in Germany, and Ehrwald in Austria, as well as the area we had just travelled up from. We wondered around, watching large amounts of hikers complete there ascent from the first stop, and onto the Zugspitze summit proper. We thought about doing the very last summit climb, but the queue was far too long, and to be honest it seemed extremely precarious, and with none of the expected German organisation, this added to it ... we just watched. After a beer, and some ...