Logis Domaine Langmatt
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Had my breakfast in my room and finished my diary and blog. Lilli had been across to the station to but tickets for the next stage of our journey to Freiburg. The lift at platform 9 was not working so we had to take the bags to the top of the stairs, then go back down for the bike. The bike carriage was already filling up but we managed to find a space. I helped a lady with a seat on wheels as she had become tangled by all the bike wheels. The change of platforms at Oldenburg went ...
Left hotel on time and headed off back into France to avoid the swiss/German border as very officious. Instead headed into France , much less so. Trucks lined up to get into Switzerland stretched back at least 2 kilometres. Peter gave a great talk this morning covering the history of Europe particularly as pertained to Switzerland. I was typing it into Notes on iPad and must have hit a delete somewhere as at least ...
... we arrived at the first small grade, a slight incline into a shaded glen. Half the group fell away, remembering, suddenly, an urge to taste cake. And then we encountered an interesting set of stairs, up a winding switchback - another third evaporated, believing themselves to have inadvertently left something of value on the bus. A select few hiked on; marching, marching deeper into the enchanted forest. The trail continued to trend upwards, ever so gently; at each turn, a ...
... 16 May, the Bernina Express.) I tried adding a French SIM card to an old, unlocked iPhone 4s. It worked for a few days. I'll spare you the details, of which there are many. I would "short sell" shares in Lycamobile. I REALLY dislike typing on virtual keyboards. Please forgive the occasional typo I don't catch. I was probably too busy correcting the last one. Give me the palpable click and the auditory clack (NPR reference in plain view) of a keyboard, where God meant us to type ...
... and the fruity ones were crisply tasty. Picnic, anyone? We also rode under an imposing castle, atop what seemed to be the highest peak in the nearby Vosges Mtns. Wherever we rode, there it was. We joked about riding to the top and wondered whether our 'better than yesterday' but still imperfect bikes had the gear ratios for the climb. (Or whether our legs and lungs were up to the task.) Finally, in Kintzheim (there are two, the one north of St. Hippolyte), we saw some alternative ...