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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... we had to soldier on. He sent us off with our animals, a bag of salted caramels that we'd made and some blocks of amazing Cuban chocolate.
We staggered out and on to lunch. Did I mention the hilly terrain??? This is the saving grace with all the food. Its so steep here. I had achieved my daily Fitbit target by the time we got to the lunchstop. This was a lovely café specialising in brunch. We didn't go for that because in all honesty it was too ...
... plate was historic Absolutely epic and served with a wonderful hot gingery fruit bread. We literally staggered out under the weight of food we'd consumed. I guess we drank quite a bit of wine too but it didn't stand a chance against the food. Taxi back to the hotel for about 1130. Another full day tomorrow. A wonderful day rounded off by some amazing news from Daisy which must wait till Monday to be confirmed but ......... GREAT ...
... ready for harvest, pine forest groves and grape growing areas. We crossed the Swiss border just after Lucanne which we bypassed for traffic ease. Our track followed Lake Geneve for about 2 hours. This beautiful waterway was flanked on one side by terraced grape vines and on the other by Swiss Alps. We arrived at the Olympia Sports Hotel in Brig around 415pm and after a short rest we headed into town for dinner. We just happened to ...
Without a shadow of doubt, my most abiding memory of the French leg of my Via Francigena is of the Commonwealth War Graves I passed by and stayed a while on my journey through northern France. I knew this would be a poignant experience, not least because 2014 is the centenary of the start of the Great War.
As it happens, the first few graves were of airmen from WW2. I saw small clusters of military headstones in village graveyards which were probably the nearest ...
... a walk in the park' in comparison. The fact that it wasn't is due to a number of missing yellow arrows that caused me to get lost not once, not twice, but three times. Each time it happened, it cost me valuable time as I retraced my steps to see if I'd overlooked an important way marking. If I had been in a 'glass half full' mood, then I would have congratulated myself being smart enough to find the path again, but I was definitely in a 'glass ...