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... ready for harvest, pine forest groves and grape growing areas. We crossed the Swiss border just after Lucanne which we bypassed for traffic ease. Our track followed Lake Geneve for about 2 hours. This beautiful waterway was flanked on one side by terraced grape vines and on the other by Swiss Alps. We arrived at the Olympia Sports Hotel in Brig around 415pm and after a short rest we headed into town for dinner. We just happened to ...
Its been nice to just take it easy for a few days watching the world go about its business from our balcony. The only negative about Switzerland is the price of everything, coffee equates to $7, a main meal $45, the crepes were almost $20!! The cheapest thing we have bought here are our new Salomons which we tested out today.
Tomorrow we head of to Barcelona for four days hoping to catch a few football players!!
... Montreux Jazz festival is on so it was quite packed. We saw a few of the touristy things to see, like the Freddy Mercury statue and the Grand Swiss Hotel where Smoke on the Water was written and recorded. We then took a cog train up the alps to Rochers-de-Naye. It is not the highest train in Switzerland to do but it was the closest to where we were staying. It took an hour to wind around ...
... held out for just a little while longer.
The third cemetery I will tell you about had special significance in that it was called The Manchester Cemetery in recognition of the fact the dead soldiers came mostly from the Manchester Regiment. While standing paying my respects, a brightly coloured butterfly landed on my hand and rested there for what seemed like an age, though was probably no more than ten seconds or so. In my heightened emotional state I wondered if ...
... broken, but nothing suitable. After doing the shopping and loading into our trolleys and bags, it was a long long treck in the heat, which was well into the 30’s, back to the boat where John was getting worried as it was now 3pm.
We had a late lunch then John took Jean and Margaret into Dole where Margaret found a sturdy pair of sandals at an acceptable price. John showed them the sights of Dole and ...