Hotel de Famille
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... in the dorms and Universal adopter etc. just a day before the travel. I was excited, not only because I was travelling to Switzerland but also because my aunt and cousins who stay in USA were visiting India on the day before my travel. They decided to meet me in Bangalore. My parents and sister had also come to Bangalore. We went to airport to pick my aunt and cousins. This is just a day before my flight. I got a chance to spend a day with my ...
... and everything else you'd think they would need to keep the community running. We all thought the castle was really cool and were glad we added in the side trip! I convinced Shane to walk back to the hotel. We had about an hour and half before we needed to be at the train station and there is a large walking path that runs along the lake. The sun was out and it was beautiful! Along the path, there were cool animal sculptures made out of plants and bushes too that Nolan liked! We went by ...
... to do list. Some parts of that list have been great fun: initial research, planning the route, buying the plane tickets, simply dreaming, talking to friends and family about it....and of course, equipment shopping!
Little did we know that the fun activities only take up about 30% of the planning though. The rest is just a mountain of admin, chasing people, screaming down the ...
Today we were bound for a place called Vevey next to Lake Geneva, a pretty town known for where Charlie Chaplin lived in his later life. It was still raining but we didn't mind as the Tillbrook family were flying over from the UK to see us for the weekend, even Chris my brother was able to make it. Pierre, a family friend who lives in Vevey ever so kindly invited us all to his family's home for the reunion. After meeting up with the family in town square we ...
... is very old, in particular for the white wines, and most of the wineries had been in the families for generations. The big difference between these Swiss wineries and Australia is that they farm off only a hectare of land each, and perform every part of the wine production themselves. They'd also gone from 20 wineries to 11 in recent years - hit hard by the cheap South African and Australian wines. A lovely stop for us, then we headed back to our B&B for the ...