Hostellerie le Vignier
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It departed as soon at it came. Week 12 was here and gone by far to quickly. After much confusion and train riding we made it to my grandparent's place. Well that was after we dragged our bags to the house from the train station, a minor detail I managed to allude telling Leandra. Boy, did I cop an ear full! My grandmother was overjoyed to see us and reacquainted her self with Leandra, after 12 years. We dumped the entire contents of our bags into the wash basket and literally ...
... children's books. I really wish they were in English!! On most of the levels they had an animal somewhere. On one level there was heaps of goats in a variety of sizes all wearing wool rugs. It was amazing. The next floor had a life size elephant and the next had a giraffe with its head through the roof. After that we carried on and went to a few more stores. We stopped to have photos with amazing statues and water fountains and also the famous clock tower. ...
During the night I was reminded why beer before bed whilst camping is not a great idea. Sure it tasted great, but getting up thrice during the night to empty the bladder wasn't ideal. Despite my determination to start early and make the most of the good weather I was initially delayed by a nice sunrise and a long cup of tea. I then caramelised some apples for breakfast so perfectly ...
Letters Home – Switzerland – 2013
3 & 4
is a country of trains. They go every
direction on every hour. What’s been
said about being able to set a watch based on a Swiss train is perfectly
correct. They do not pollute, as they
are powered by electricity. The horns
rarely blow. The crossing gates go down
and up silently, with only red flashing ...
... underway. It was a bit noisy, but no more disruptive to daily life than any large crowd would be. It even seemed that the local restaurants appreciated the added business. As the clouds became a bit more merciful, we wandered along Kramgasse, which literally translates as "The street where you can find stuff." The cobblestone market street is graced with fountains, each of which is topped by a medieval statue, each a ...