Chalet RoyAlp Hotel & Spa
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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... over exploited coast, that from past experience has little to offer us, and take us inland.
Doing this has rewarded us with some of the best that Spain has to offer. Great mountain scenery, and some fantastic, old rural villages. There are also an amazing number of deserted farms with crumbling buildings. In the past these farms would have provided plenty of
local jobs, but today’s big farms mean less jobs, and nearly deserted rural towns. Unemployment here runs ...
... saw some tiny airplanes fly around, and went to a indoor-outdoor spa/swimming pool. It was very cool, with heated pools and other swimming areas with a very relaxing atmosphere. Afterwards we explored a bit of the town of .....I already forgot what it's called...... whoops. I'll update later if I remember.
Anyway, lots of experiences in just 5 days, and then we took the train up into Germany! ...
... best industrial tour we have ever taken, and at the end, we were invited into a room where every variety of chocolate they produce was laid out on big platters for everyone to sample, and sample we did. So much so that we thought we might have spoiled our appetite for dinner...but that turned out not to be the
case. We drove up to the old walled town of Gruyeres, and found a small restaurant where we enjoyed the traditional Swiss ...
... at the town of Gruyere so I had no appetite for trying the Cheese Fondue!
By then the hazy weather that was edging its way north was getting significantly darker so I set my sights on reaching a campsite half way up Lac de la Gruyere before the rain hit. Feeling tired after a long day on the saddle I was frustrated to find the campsite wasn’t by the lake, but 5km ...
... 8211; it looked really heavy but he did use small electric crane to aid him along! After he put them in the mould, he put a weight on them to press the liquid out. We learned that his cheese is an "alpage" cheese which means that all of the milk comes from one herd of cows. If he used cheese from his neighbour's herd, it would be called “montagne” (mountain). We then watched a video on them making the cheese in the high alps during ...