Hostellerie le Vignier
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... piling up along its roads?? I have been to Luxembourg City 3 times now and every time it's nothing but traffic jam after traffic jam. I was hoping to go and get a few photos of the historic city before I headed this morning but with traffic like that there is no ways I was going back into that city.
Breakfast finished it was time to dress up for the long wet journey ahead. For sure my big one piece rainsuit was going to pay for itself today.
With the bike all loaded ...
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 ...
neighborhoods. Before leaving town, we
also visited Munster Platz, a huge gothic church, and the largest of its kind
in this area. Tom had been in Bern for a
class and joined us around noon. While
passing through the central plaza some purchases were made from local vendors for
our dinner, and among them was a luscious hunk of parmesan cheese, which I was
able to totally consume prior to dinner, commencing on the train ...
... main road. The stream is covered by metal grates, however in some sections the grates are missing. I almost fell into it a couple of times and had to carefully watch my footing. My walk through the old town took me past the famous clock tower of Bern that is featured in almost every touristic pamphlet of the city, and ended in the massive Bundesplatz – people’s square. This massive town square was dominated by an outdoor market. Divided by the main road of ...
... Also, supermarkets are often very expensive, so eating "outside" is also often cheaper than cooking in the hostel (this is not true in europe or north america). Open markets are usually the way to go if want to buy goodand cheap raw food.
>Don't drink too much alcool, it often doesn't make your trip better but is very expensive if you want to go to fancy places.