Ferme De Montagne
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- Continental Breakfast
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... and yes, the mountains are impressive.
As we didn't want to take Frankie too high into the alps, we chose a campsite at Lausanne on Lake Geneva. It is known as Lac Leman by the locals. The first day we went to the lake to have a look. The water was clear, blue and very clean. Apparently it has not always been like it and in the 1960's it was too polluted to swim in. When you stay ...
We finished another long day, from Champex, Switzerland. This is the northern most point on the TMB trail. About 3 hours into our hike, in the middle of a cow pasture high above the valley we encountered the Alp Bovine cafe! It was almost at the high point of our hike today. We had a sandwich and. Old drink there before continuing to Hotel De La Forclaz. The hike ...
... br> I'm not sure what else to add, except that everything is really expensive (a Big Mac is 15 CH) except for wine and chocolate. I'm possibly going into France today - all you have to do is take the "tram", as they call it, to the last stop and walk across the border. It takes about 15 minutes. So my first country hop!
Also, if you have any specific questions that I'm not addressing, feel free to email me or post comments on here, and I can try to address them!
... a quick stop for lunch, it's off to the UN offices!
Getting to the UN offices (or the rather more fancy, Palais des Nations - Palace of Nations) was again pretty easy. Tram no 15, took maybe 15 minutes. You can't miss the stop. It's not only the last stop, but there is also a really large, really broken chair. It was apparently brought in by Handicap International, and is supposed to remind people of the effect of land mines. You can totally see ...
... as a result of this type of street work. And I placed a magazine with a young girl! Then, we took a break and had some lunch. I had a delicious French salad. Yummy! After lunch, we then did some territory around the resort. We would look at the mailboxes at the houses and apartment buildings and knock on any door with a non-French sounding name. I was able to place another magazine with a British family on holiday. Elise also ...