Das Breite Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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We made it to Switzerland and met our program director Steven. He seems like a lot of fun and is very personable. (By the way Rosa and george...Steven remembered the both of you)!!!Met a group of folks from Canada and we enjoyed having lunch with them. Bob the only man in the group is a hoot and he's very quick with the one liners. Lunch was a buffet and the food was delicious. They also give you wine at lunch and dinner. After ...
... far as Strasbourg with our gears getting worse and worse so when a British woman offered to take us to a bike shop we didn't decline! Half an hour and 7euros later we were on our way with a choice of gears...luxury! We had lunch by the canal and decided we didn't have time to explore cultural sites (simon was thrilled) so carried on our journey, we have yet again slightly underestimated how many miles we have to do so tanked 40 ...
My haircut is finished and I look good. Tommorow we are driving to Paris (the capital city of France) for the wedding. Oscar went on a wave board and he can go 6 metres without touching the walls or anybody helping him. We also had two chances of winning a bike but we ...
... fridge of local meats, cheeses and home-made juice. Little handfuls of fresh basil, lettuce, tomatoes and peaches were also handed to us each day. She even took our dirty washing for us and delivered it back, clean and ironed. An amazing luxury after our camping trip. The next couple of days were spent exploring the various towns in the region, firstly around Alba, famed for its Nebbiolo and Dolcetto wine, hazlenuts and truffles. We decided that Barolo and Barbaresco needed ...
... and tired about 3 PM.
Everyone then retired for a nap before reconvening for our safety briefing, meeting of the captain and other important members of the 37 person crew including our tour director, Nico Leegwater, who happens to be Dutch. Champagne and appetizers were served while he explained the activities for the next day. We learned there were 131 people on board for this particular trip.