Hostellerie De Geneve
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... road for a few miles then off along the twisty pass road to
Weissenburg. I soon find myself following large groups of motorcycles along
this road and realise that every biker in the Alps must be here today as its
just flooded with bikes.
of these bikes are sports bikes and are local boys and seem to know the road
well as they are just flying along. As for me I simply just take it rather easy
and let them race passed. All it takes is for me to slip or have ...
... them off course, causing them to miss seeing the Grand Goulets, although the alternate route provided a wonderful ride on a great little Alpine road near St. Martin en Vercors. As the storm clouds turned to rain, they found a quaint “guest house” in Ugine, just outside of Albertville, dinner and breakfast included.
On Tuesday, they started a recommended 2-day route around the Mount Blanc massif – where France, Italy and ...
... of hash-browns, though there is only a superficial comparison to be made. They are a delight.
We enjoyed a glass of crisp white Swiss wine with the fish, another of the joys of Switzerland and Europe in general. The meal was delicious, and the conversation and fellowship most agreeable. We finally said goodbye and I said I hoped we could meet again before too long, when I could return the favor, and invite them to dinner.
... fun... said our good byes to Pierre and his family, then went for one last look around town. Enjoyed lunch, before most importantly stocking up on Swiss chocolate. Before we knew it was time to part, with our family driving back to Geneva airport and us heading back North to continue exploring Switzerland. After such a good weekend we wanted it to last longer, but we know it won't be long untill we are back in the UK ourselves after travelling the rest of ...
For those of you interested in food...
we haven't done any eating out in Vevey - instead we decided to shop at the supermarket and cook at home. Partly because of the cost, but also after the wonderful food we had in Paris we thought it would be a disappointment to eat out here. It's gone well apart from the fact I didn't take into account the supermarkets ...