BEST WESTERN Hotel Stuecki Basel
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... factory where we bought lots of biscuits. On the way home Ursula picked up a platter of hams. At Peter's we met Pascal and his girlfriend Annabelle. Aperitifs and nibbles on the balcony. For dinner we had the Ham, plus cheese, salads, Zopf, raspberry mousse etc... To much to ...
... varieties of local mushrooms up for sale. From here we set off up the
bank of the Aare River towards Biel on the bank of Lake Bieler.
Not to be, we got as far as Grenchen before Corinne’s bike
got a puncture. After a bit of research, also known as “asking the locals”, we
found two bicycle shops that were both closed. One because it was Wednesday and
the other ...
... to various famous people from the town’s past. At the entrance to the
gorge, there lives a solitary monk who supposedly looks after the spirituality
of the area. A real fairy home.
From here Corinne took me to another part of town where her late
Grandparents used to live and showed me where she had crashed her tricycle when
she was a young child.
... her husband in their charming chalet high up in the Canton of Valais. The view from there was spectacular.
Returning to Dornach with continuing rain showers makes me wonder if this rain will ever stop!
Looking at the Meteo Europe, I could see bright sunshine in Spain and Portugal.
Portugal? Why not, but flying rather then riding there. Jumped on the internet, booked the flight with Easy Jet to Lisbon, booked hotel ...
... by old houses and a big square in front. It was built of slightly pinkish sandstone and it was very dark inside but this showed off their impressive stained glass windows. From there we worked our way down to the river Rhine passing more old houses, one dated back to the 1700s.
We watched one of the 4 ferries plying their trade for people to cross the river. They were powered by the flow of the river only. A steel rope tightly supported ...